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When a man is tired of London, he is tired of life; for there is in London all that life can afford. -- Samuel Johnson
We spent Saturday with Jonnie the Bowl of Chalk walking tour guide. He is a very good guide. We have officially done his trilogy of free tours. This time we did the walk from Trafalgar Square to St Paul's Cathedral in the morning, and then from St Paul's Cathedral to Monument in the afternoon. We were 2 of 4 ...
... us and then onto the coach for a drive to the town of Windermere for a lovely hour cruise on the biggest lake in England!.. what views and friendly people!! They even had a bar on the boat so I sampled a Cumberland Beer (at cellar temp of course) and it was awesome! Truly changed with beers !!Some free time there was spent sampling Cumberland Sausage (essentially sausage covered in gravy looking like poop) but SO GOOD!! Then more walking around the town and seeing ...
... Simon. Wonderful night was had by all, we walked back to the Tube via the river walk & bridge which was beautiful as it was full moon. 13th August Today we spent the day with Megan doing a Thames cruise to Greenwich which was lovely. We visited the Markets & The Maritime Museum. The flood gates were very interesting. The afternoon was spent getting things ready for a barb-a-que at Megan & Glens. Got to meet Phil & Paul. 14th August Back on the Tube ...
... and Ryan, Spencer, Alex, Alec and Dylan took off to see Stanford Bridge, the ever exciting pitch which hosts Chelsea FC a football (pronounced: soccer) team in the English Premier League. The tour was exciting as we got to see the field, press room, and home and away locker rooms. Unfortunately, being on the cusp of the World Cup, the management saw this as a great opportunity to do some major work on the field. The grass pitch ...
... Westminster Abbey and Cathedral steeped in more than a thousand years of history and breath taking architecture. Fourth stop "Jack the Ripper Night Tour" where we explored London's gruesome Whitechapel murders in the East End between 3 April 1888 and 13 February ...