Travelodge London Euston
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... Beautiful. Had a wander around the rest of the town ,admired some more of Christopher Wren's architecture... That man knows domes... If you ever want a dome built, I know a guy :) and then back on the river to cruise back to London. Well, that was a nice way to spend the day :) Once back to London we paid 50p to have a pee (outrageous!) said hi to Big Ben and his mates in the area, and then started to walk ...
... the London eye we saw the Big Ben its bells are so loud if some was in the tower at the time they would go deaf. After the London eye we walked across a bridge and saw Big Ben and Westminster Abbey which is were Prince William and Princess Kate got married. The church is massive and probably the biggest church I have ever seen. We went on a water cruise tour and saw the Tower bridge it is so ...
... and a half away. Hopefully they will get our luggage tomorrow. So glad we each packed extra underwear in our carry on:)
We are staying 4 miles from our son and daughter-in-law at the Hotel Brandon. The building was built in 1792 and is really nice. We are going to catch up on our sleep and go see Cambridge tomorrow and have our first "Fish and ...
... It will be 35 degrees Celsius tomorrow, we will be in a tiny windowless room, and there’s no need to seek to impress our client in that manner.
Wednesday – July 1st
Today was an early start. Jumped on the train at Barons Court and made my way out to Holloway Road. From there it was a short walk to HMP Holloway for an official visit with the woman who is the subject of my advice. I arrived early and waited in the sweltering visitors centre ...
... of the road. Granny and I also hit London's theater scene and sat through 'Wicked' which was likely all the better for having British accented songs. And reminded me of watching the Wizard of Oz with Grandpa, on repeat, constantly. Between that and Mary Poppins, it was unlikely we watched anything else. Those were the compromises when I didn't want to watch any of his old timey Westerns.
Grandpa and I went to the theater as well because in London, that's just a thing ...