The Lonsdale Hotel
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... was just a crew member and not any kind of official tour guide. Helpfully though he did seem to know where ever single pub within coo-ee of the Thames could be found.
We saw interesting sights and sites, old and new, such as The Mayflower pub which is (we were told) made up from timbers of the pilgrim ship The Mayflower after it was broken up. We saw the house where Dickens wrote two of his novels. We saw ‘Execution Wharf’ ...
... just seemed a bit better even if the tour was a bit disjointed.
Best hotel: the Hotel Republica in Yerevan. It had class and verve, quite apart from the best brekkie. Spoiled to have it first in the Caucasus.
Best hotel location view: Natale's Guesthouse in Kutaisi. It was a fine look down to the Rioni River splitting the town.
Best nation for wines: Georgia. We had two tastings here and sampled several bottles ...
Once I had recovered from a nice walk in the sun, we hopped
on a Thames River cruise. With the London pass, our ticket allowed us to get on
and off where ever we liked along the river. As we had already been to most of
the sites the boat stopped at, we were mostly on just for a relaxing time and
to see the sites from the river. We had a nice time on the boat and got off for
half an hour at Greenwich. We both enjoyed the sun ...
... to a crowd and realized we were at the changing of the guards. Mya loudly exclaimed "This is a palace? it looks like an old apartment building" Then off we wandered to Big Ben, part of Westminster Abby and the Parliament Buildings. Such amazing old buildings! By then Richard had had enough and him and Mya went back while we continued to shop and look around Regent and Oxford St area. We were happy ...
... we got there :( they were handing our little British flags though. From there we strolled through Green park, then Hyde park (which is HUGE), and then Kensington park. the weather was a little windy but other than that it was picture perfect! I think we are going to go back and see Kensington palace and take a blanket and lounge in the grass. Also, you have to pay to go the bathroom which i think is so ...