The Cock Inn
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... by the hand dryer, laughing uproariously whenever it turned on. It was kind of cool; the tap had wings on either side, so the water came out the tap and then you put your hands under the wings and that's the dryer. Not sure it deserved the level of hilarity they were giving it though. I walked through the park towards Kensington Palace, passing the cleverly named "Long Water" and "Round Pond". Foolish people were feeling (auto-correct changed that and I'm leaving it ...
... br> and ate it down with many other people. We then walked about 2 miles to
the Eye, rose a ridiculous ride (STARFISH) that made me nauseous and then walked
along the river to Big Ben and Parliament. We decided to find the
Sherlock Holmes bar and it was so much fun! We had a couple of beers
each, about 5 pounds a pop ($8) and I chatted up a few boys that work on
the boat tours one of which looked just like Harry Potter. They were
funny lads and they helped ...
Di's poor travel companion rejoined the flight. During the stopover he had bought medication and slept most of the Singapore to London leg. He was then flying straight on to Rome, so hopefully the medication helped him then too. The flight was again without incident and we touched down at Heathrow at 5.20 am, right on time. Terminal 5 is the newest terminal and is very modern. There is an automated train that takes you from ...
... the Houses of Parliament. I really enjoyed our tour. It is a very impressive building and the guide provided lots of information. Unfortunately, most of the people on the tour were teenagers from Argentina who weren't the least bit interested in British politics. This meant that we got a watered down version I'm sure. We went in both chambers as well as quite a few other rooms. Of course, we couldn't take ...
... countrymen on holiday from Perth. We acquaint ourselves over adjacent tables before catching the tube back to Bayswater and our hotel. We ascend the impossibly narrow steep steps to our third floor room and open the windows in hope of some relief. The meager breeze makes the incessant street noise worth the cost. The heat is still stifling, but never mind,nothing a cool shower won't fix. However ...