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... spend some time in the Chapel Giving thanks for all my family and friends. Ross and I were awarded the first "Others " award in New Zealand in 1994 - an award of which am very proud. Then I had lunch in their cafe - and paid for the cappuccino . Good news Jessie has found a Bar in Trafalgar Square for us to go to watch the All Blacks on Saturday Gee I'm having so much fun just hope the hips keep going ...
... in the typical London tourist trappings. We began by taking the tube to Westminster then walking to the Abbey for a tour. Before I describe the interior I've got to provide an opined view of my former fellow British subjects (I was born a Brit). They are a morose lot. There I said it. Every single cathedral, church and abbey is less a place of worship more an indoor expanse of a monolithic cemetery that pays homage to heroes, poets, ...
... hot and this guy was pretty much wearing thermal curtains so I guess he could say that). Our guide (Jimmy) took us into the chapel and out of the heat and gave us about 900 years of English history in 30 minutes. The chapel is where all those executed at the tower are buried. Anne Boleyn was buried under the altar with another of Henry the 8ths wives. Over 1700 bodies were found under the floor of the church but only 30 could be ...
- Homemade Indian Food! Thanks for all the rotli and shaak (Apeksha really missed it!)
Activity Update( UK | Year to date):- Steps: 392k | 1.5m
- Floors: 868 | 5023
- Distance: 285kms | 1053km
Best Memories:- Family time!! Massive thank you to our family & friends who took time out to see us - we love you lots!!!
This marks the end of our UK trip. Next stop - Prague - read more here! ...
... one a sense of direction when you can see it all laid out.
Anyway, a part from paying a fortune for the S************ Eye and many others I couldn't find a cheap way to get up there, until today. Thanks to my new guide I discovered that there is a statue in monument that is dedicated to the poor souls who died in the London Fire. It's located just down from where the fire originally broke out.
For £5 you can climb ...