Travelodge London Central Tower Bridge
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... the National Gallery of Art. It was quite crowded which I think was attributable to the weather and several of the galleries being closed (due to a strike of workers). It is a free museum, like most of the museums in London. And we fully enjoyed the many masterpieces by the Europe's best artists of their time. Since they did not have photos back then, ...
... cute Italian restaurant for a well earned meal and some delicious ceasar salad and garlic bread :) yummo
Sunday, a sleep in, I was up at 6.30am, yay......today, we headed toward Tower Bridge, although it should have been London Bridge (but we didn't know that yet) took the tube, so many levels down to catch a train, a tad scary and it takes my mind to the bombings and how terrible it must have been to be so far below the surface, in such a dark ...
... detail from fantails to rugby balls, Polynesian, Maori and European, old and new. It was rather moving to walk around and read it - identifying with home.
Back to the changing of the guards there were masses of people, perhaps 3,000 or more all with the same agenda as us. We are getting used to it now and simply navigated best we could to the big central fountain to get an elevated view. The band was playing and we got to see the change ok, but I ...
Day two we started at portobello road market in Notting hill ( no Julia Roberts or high grant though), when we arrived at 8.30 ************e there, by the time we left it was wall to wall people and miles of stalls. Without realising that it was Anzac Day service, parade and the queen being there, we went to see westminister abbey, wow people everywhere,roads blocked off and little English bobbies, didn't ...
... writing. I only got about one paragraph done, when I started talking to this girl beside me; her name was Belen and she was from Argentina. We got along so well and had so many laughs, I really enjoyed hanging out with her! We facebooked each other and she said if I ever need a place to stay in Barcelona (where she lives now), just to message her! How amazing is that?! I am so excited to take her up on that offer sometime within the next ...