The Clarendon Hotel
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... Some other interesting facts were that theatres were not
allowed within the city of London as they were seen as something of the devil,
taking people away from the church and causing violence. For this reason, the
theatres all existed across the Thames River from London.
After this tour we went to the London Bridge and Tombs
experience. When planning to do this, we thought that it would be a guided tour
of a ...
... absolutely beautiful and it felt so serene being there when the sun was shining and it was 55 degrees. We made our way to Buckingham Palace which was cool to think about the Royal Family really living in there! I was a little disappointed because the guards were gated in and far away, so I couldn't get a funny selfie with them like I had envisioned. We then made our way to Big Ben and Westminster Abbey. Something interesting I learned about Big Ben (actually while on ...
... before parting ways.
It was a lovely catch up and I'm sad I left it as long as I did.
I then found a secondhand shop. Now this is my big weakness, and the shopkeeper said it really well.
"You get the whole what-if-it's-not-here-next-time feeling and end up walking out with more books than you planned to"
... looked a little sketchy, but they took my printed out ticket so it is legit! The lady who took my ticket was so pregnant, like airlines-wouldn't-let-her-board pregnant. She was all glowing, likely knowing that she will go on her 1-year long maternity leave in the next few weeks and not have to deal with annoying tourists like me in that time, hah. She said I"only" have a little over 2 hours to look around. Only...? I asked, and she looked at me with round eyes as if I made a silly ...
... for the ferry that would take us to Dover. Having to wait for about half an hour to wait till the boat got here it was all waterworks when we finally said goodbye to Iris and Guiseppe :( an hour and a half later we arrived at Dover by the white cliffs. We hopped off and someone was waiting for us and took us to our new coach where we would only be for 2 and a half hours. The benefit was that times dark when we arrived in London and we drove past the Tower of ...