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What a busy day we had today. We started the day with a boat ride down the Thames River and saw many of the sights of London. We stopped off to tour the Tower of London which is actually a fortress that is no longer in use except that it still holds the Crown Jewels. They are quite the thing to see. So many jeweled crowns, hilts and swords and a solid gold punch bowl that takes 144 bottles of wine to fill it up! The afternoon was on our ow, so we chose to tour ...
... Upon-Avon. when we were in Koh Tao, we met a lovely couple who owned a pub in this town and we really hit it off so we took them up on their offer to visit their town and public house.
We will return to London on Monday, and we will continue our exploration of London. This will, of course, include a visit to Camden Town at both 105 Albert Street and my local, The Spread Eagle!
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As we got closer to the end of Regent
Street....we were able to cross through a little lane to Picadilly Street where
we knew the parade would be passing through...We spent an enjoyable hour or so
watching the parade....featuring many brass bands...& floats!!!
from there we walked to Picadilly Circus...from this place I (Leanne)
went exploring & shopping on my own to Leicester Square & Covent ...
... guided tours, but instead paid for the audio guides, to wander round with at our own pace. That worked well (mostly), and I expect we’ll do that again at other attractions. It was fascinating, and we spent a good couple of hours there.
We then set off over Tower Bridge, and as we approached we decided just to walk straight over. But then we found that we could do the “Tower Bridge Experience” for free because it was included in the Tourist Pass that we ...
... young chap who gave me a bowl of soup while I was travelling in Ireland. Well, of course today suited to see him! In a bit. But first I needed to go to the Great Ormond Street Hospital. I needed to give them my volunteer form to help at their Easter Fun Day. Circus with kids who are happy to be alive. My kind of day. And then it was off to Hyde Park station to meet Adam. I waited quite a while and got quite cold but you'll laugh too when you hear the ...