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... and Andy along with Callum and Charlotte to head downunder to visit us. It has been interesting to note some of the differences between England and New Zealand and Australia. They still have daily milk delivery to the door, milk is still in bottles when purchased this way (but plastic and cartons in the supermarket), a plastic bowl is placed inside the sink and used for washing the dishes, there is a small collection bin for ...
... walk he would always come back to me, but he definitely wouldn't have a problem going a hundred yards or so away from me to sniff **** and pee in other people's yards. I'm already a little stir-crazy from missing Sherlock and not having puppy cuddles in the last week, so I took time to sit on a bench that lots of puppies were walking by. Some of the dogs strayed from their owners a little bit to say hi to me, which I, of course, loved. Puppies. :(
I spent the rest ...
... chorizo sandwich everyone's been talking about. We took a nice group photo in front of Tower Bridge near the Thames River and then hopped a tube north to Camden (haha. Also pretty run down like the one we're used to). There were all kinds of touristy shops and weird things being sold. Ash and I found the best thing there though...a vendor selling fluffy homemade donuts. We split a huge rainbow jimmy covered one and I wish we would have gotten two it was so ...
... offered by the hotel include a restaurant as well as a lounge/bar. There is free wireless connectivity and internet access is mostly complimentary in the public areas. There is calmness about the place and the business amenities here include a meeting room and a business center. The staff usually gives assistance for any problem regarding ticketing or touring. Also if you plan to attend a wedding here, you can as there is a facility of holding weddings here. ...
... of course could hear the bands as they marched their way around. It starting raining a bit heavier, so I decided to head towards the Royal Mews. The Royal Mews are where the Royal coaches and horses "live" An informative audio guide was available and I enjoyed learning about the elaborate coach,the horses and riders. The last coach in the tour was the stunning Diamond Jubilee Coach, which was a gift from Australia to the Queen. I have previously seen ...