Bridge House Hotel
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... minutes away from the flat to Piccadilly Circus, ate at a restaurant called BRGR where every single member of the staff was French and then had gelato at a place where everybody was Italian. I knew this city was diverse, but didn't realize just how diverse it really is.
Anyway, I've started the trip! Look back for more adventures tomorrow.
we started the day walking from our hotel to the Tower bridge. After snapping a few pics we hopped on the bus and rode to Big Ben and Westminster abbey. Not far from that we located 10 Downing Street. It's well guarded. It used to be we could almost get to the front door to take pictures, but not since the faulkland islands and 911 is that possible. They've put up gates and barriers and have bobbies guarding it.
Next we walked (and walked) to Piccadilly circus. I ...
... should give it back so it can be put back on where it belongs. We of course saw lots of sarcophagus. We found The Rosetta Stone, the famous piece of stone used to help unlock hieroglyphics. We saw some pieces of Viking history and found the oldest chess set in the world. There was just way too much to see, you could spend days on the museum.
The boys then headed back to the Australian War Memorial to find Young and the girls headed to ...
... around the walls. There is a cafeteria on grounds and a few places to grab a snack or ice cream.
We went into the armouries building (White Tower), which was quite crowded and involved some jostling, but if you like suits of armour, it's cool. Other interesting sights as well in that building - including some really intricately decorated cannons! We probably spent a good 45 min in this building. Into another ...
... An interesting fact that Tim shared with us is that there is no advertising allowed on the buildings facing the Thames River in London in order to preserve the historic buildings and prevent the area from becoming one giant billboard. However the OXO Tower had found a “creative” way to get around this and they have actually remodeled the top of the tower with stained glass windows in the shape of an O, an X and an ...