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Hello!! I'm very happy!!!
Now I'm in Saint Paul's Cathedral. this cathedral is in London. Was build between 1676 and 1710 but Christopher Wren.
I think, this Cathedral are very interesting and boring because are historic and spectacular. Is boring because I doesn't like visit historical monuments.
In my opinion are very beautiful …
... stunning and while I preferred Salisbury, Canterbury is right up there in the cathedral stakes.
the bus brought us back to the Kings Head Pub back in Rochester for a great meal and finally some internet.
Our trip has been great but internet access hasn't been great. It has taken 2 days to get some that is reliable enough to add some entries here and onto Facebook.
The sun has been out and quite warm, even having to put on sun cream, so hope it stays that way for a while ...
... to me she lived in the late 1500's dying at the age of 17 early in 1600.
Eddie took us to his childhood haunts and the riverside park overlooking the Thames and the dockyards.
onto Rochester and its castle overlooking the River, and it s church alongside it. Both date back to Norman times. I find it amazing that the buildings are so old yet still stand albeit in some form or ...
... is as we heard abit of a dump, lots of industry. I struggeled with the wrong side of the road concept and we both failed numerous times to navigate out of the place! A quick 32 mile cycle along flat, boring french roads untill we found a campsite to hole up for the night.
... over everyone. Ben and I looked directly at one of these men and he instantly covered Ben in them; it was hilarious.
On arrival back to the tent it had started to **** down with rain, thundering on the odd occasion. We started cooking our dinner inside the porch of the tent and relaxed. It's crazy, but you get so tired doing nothing; it’s surreal. When I got the stove and gas from the car it suddenly put a downer ...