The Thames Hotel
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... tour. OH MY! I had no idea how gruesome, but it was fantastic. Our guide was a brilliant story teller who did not embellish on the facts like others might, but really, it was a gruesome tale that needed no embellishment. If you intend on doing a Jack the Ripper tour, I highly recommend London Walks.
We went on a tour of Westminster Abbey, which was totally worth the extra GBP$4. You get to skip the line and have someone tell you some of the ...
... day in London, we rounded the bend in the Thames and there it was, the Tower Bridge, standing out like a postcard. We approached it, took an epic load of pictures (remember I had Dad with me), and then crossed it. It was an amazing piece of engineering, more so considering it was built in the 1800s! Right next to the Tower Bridge was the very historic Tower of London, but as it was getting late in the arvo, we weren't going to get the chance of seeing that today. It has been ...
... rain. By the time we actually found the carnival we were soaked through. This seemed to dishearten my companions but when it comes to feeling like I'm home, I swear nothing can lessen my excitement. No carnival will ever be the same as carnival on St. Croix for me. I had sort of a hard time today because it made me realize what an absolutely magical place I have in my life. I just thought about ...
... an ox) and her main client asked her to stop working and go home because it was too off-putting seeing her babies kicking through her clothes. She only left work when she fell over a wire (couldn't see her feet) and had to be lifted to standing by 4 men. So this is a woman who is stubborn, work-focussed and able to tolerate significant physical discomfort. Two weeks after her twins were born she returned to work, fearing the ...
... from college, getting a job in NY, and flying out of NY for another interview on September 11, 2001. Time eating lunch quickly passed with all those stories. Now with full bellies, we went to the rock.
The Rock of Cashel is the ruins of a Celtic cathedral. Originally the hill that the ruins is on was the residence of the kings of Munster. In 1101, the King of Munster donated his fortress on the Rock to the Church. The ...