George Hotel Dorchester-on-Thames
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... from a tomb in Egypt's Valley of the Kings. There was a throne, many gold pieces from the gravesite and even a mummy. Amazing! We enjoyed a dinner served in the Library around round white table cloth tables complete with candelabras. This is where we had to make small talk mostly with the two people seated next us. But I did learn a lot about how people learned English and how the English dropped their very British accents. It was great ...
... very large glass floor on both sides of the bridge which is similar to the Sky Tower only ten times longer. It seemed very strange to be looking down on the traffic crossing the bridge. We all walked from Tower Bridge to The Shard which is the tallest building in London and there are many all with interesting nicknames, the Gerkin, the Cheese Grater and the Walky Talky radio. The Shard has 72 floors with floors 72 and 69 being ...
So a blog... What is this wizardry!? What happened to writing with a paper and pen? Ok, the names Jess... 18 year old Yorkshire lass ready to take on the world and try not to catch diseases along the way! I wanted to share with the humans of the world my stories and memories on my travels and try to explain what my eyes are about to experience! Anyway, I'm about to go on my first adventure of 'Jess vs World' ...
... floor. In an act of great chivalry, he rescued her from embarrassment by picking it up, placing it his leg and uttering the words, "Shame be upon he who thinks evil of it.” The Order of the Garter continues to the present day as the single most prestigious honor in the United Kingdom.
With audio guide in our ear we enter St. George’s Chapel. When we enter the choir area we ...
1st day bus tour today! Had an early wake up but pressed my snooze too many times so I was in a little rush to get ready and didn't even have time to pack a lunch. I took the tube to Victoria station and from there walked to the "bus" station. It was about 15 minutes until departure and I didn't see my bus anywhere so I asked a woman for help and found I was in the wrong place. She told me to keep walking up the street so I did but got lost ...