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Today was another big day full of walking! I am surprised that our shoes are so in tact! It is really easy to walk around London. It looks like a bit of distance between each landmark or area we want to see but then within half hour you can be on the other side of the Thames. Today we caught the tube to London Hill station and started at the London Tower. It is massive!! We walked around the tower and then over the Tower Bridge which ...
... was a German, Katharina Frisch, it's made out of fibre glass, took over two and a half years to create and is over 15 foot high. She says that there are many different ways of interpreting the cockerel - including as "a feminist sculpture, since it is I who am doing something active here – I, a woman, am depicting something male. Historically it has always been the other way around. Now we are changing the roles. And a lot of men ...
... who would of thought it, no fish and chips on the menu! That's a bloody outrage that is! So she decides to get the over cooked Salmon and me, a beer and ale pie. The food was pub food, so nothing real special to say about it. With this pub, when you order wine, you can order a small, medium or large wine, well we all know what size wine Colleen ordered! Being it was a Monday night, the place was packed with people having after work drinks, we couldn't ...
Packed the bags, visited the 2 galleries beside us (Portrait and the National Galleries), then underground to Heathrow for our flight home! Here we come! In Trafalgar Square there was a sculpture display of decorated London buses. National gallery had original Van Gogh's which were interesting to see. Our 8.30pm flight was delayed by 3 hours- so, a long wait at ...
... Stonehenge is nowhere near as exciting as say the colosseum but what it lacks in initial gusto it makes it up with its simple presentation and astounding age, our audio guides that we receive on entry gives us some great insights into what we are seeing and the the sheer engineering brilliance of the people who made Stonehenge over 5000 years ago. After we do a lap and get sufficiently frozen in the wind and drizzle we head back for the warmth of the ...
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