Thistle Trafalgar Square, The Royal Trafalgar
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... on West India Quay to create the Museum of London Docklands, which traces the history of the area from its earliest days as a port, to its heyday as the crown jewel in England’s vast trading empire, to its decline and eventual rebirth as a financial center and prime residential area.
The most interesting part of the museum for me was the section on World War II. Beginning in September 1940, German pilots dropped hundreds of ...
... sitting in London's Heathrow airport and I am bursting with excitement!
My first destination is Bangkok, Thailand.
I went to Bangkok for the first time two years ago and for some odd reason fell in love with its madness. It felt so right to begin ...
... to stay at their home for the rest of our time in London. Such amazing hospitality, we both feel vey blessed! For the company and also a comfortable safe place to sleep and warm food to eat. It was an amazing display of hospitality. They just gave us their house keys right off and trusted us. So amazing! Every one else is so friendly as well, you meet people on the street, and they stop to talk with you, smile at you, or help you out with something. I feel so blessed by the people ...
... and the advertising world. I got to travel around the country attending careers fairs and pop up events. I've met some really great people, enjoyed many a night out at Hudson's, took one Brit to Paris for the first time and eaten at some cool places. And on my last week, I got to enjoy four glorious days sitting beside a window looking out over the intersection of ...
... kid, they do look very impressive in their uniforms.
We then ventured off to the other side of the river with a pit stop at the 'slug and lettuce' for wine and munchies. Beautiful day to walk so we decided it wasn't too far so we would walk to Shakespeare's Globe. We then decided to walk to London Bridge..... A bit of miscommunication, it really didn't worry me if I went there and it turns out that it didn't bother Wayne if he went ...