The Thames Hotel
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... excitement, and love for the game of tennis, and for the tournament that takes place there. In the afternoon, we then went and toured the Chelsea Stadium. The Chelsea stadium holds the football games for their club. They came up with the name Chelsea due to the area of London it is located. We toured the seating area, along with the press room and locker rooms of the home and away teams. We got to walk out the same path as ...
... photograph. Titian, an even deader bloke than the Impressionists, had more lifelike paintings than I had expected from his era. More incredible memories from another British freebie. A whole day might barely do this place justice. Just below the National Gallery is Trafalgar Square, a busy large island in the middle of many streets bursting with buses, taxis and private cars. It is a refuge in the city where you could sit all day and watch the ...
... fantastic waffles smothered in chocolate. Fast forward 22 years, the waffles were shithouse but the view was still pretty memorable.
We climbed atop the Eifel Tower to check out the view. Being recently engaged we wondered if we would see any proposals that day. One brave youngster took the plunge and came up a winner.
... They did look uncomfortable though and very still. We saw the Canada gate there as well which was very impressive. Not as nice as the palace gates but still. Then we walked out onto the princess Diana memorial walk though I don't think we did the whole thing because I lost track of the plaques in the ground. Then we walked through the streets to a bunch of churches that were open because it was Sunday. We did see Westminster abbey but it was only open for worship so we didn't ...
... we picked up Annabelle (our English 2nd cousin) and went back into town to see the musical Matilda but it took us 3 hours to get into town as all the trains stopped due to a trespasser on the track, then we jumped on a train going the wrong way, when we finally got to the theatre area near Covent garden it was nearly time to start but we had to grab a quick bite to eat first, we were 2 minutes late so we had to wait till after the first song, the ...