The Antigallican Hotel
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... an Italian restaurant I knew from my previous time in London, with a nice view of the Thames. It was nice to catch up with him as we didn't get the chance to talk much at the family get together over the summer. Plus he had some great travel tips as he travels for work quite often.
Well, I think that's about it for this week. Now I've some homework to finish so I can hopefully spend my day in London again tomorrow. Thanks everyone for reading! Cheers!
... various books, manuscripts, sheet music, etc. in display cabinets. While we’re sure true bibliophiles would have found it interesting, we didn’t and soon moved on.
We walked from the library to the British Museum. Admission is free but we got the audio guide for £5 each which was very helpful. For history buffs this is the place to be. We spent the rest of the day here ...
... cost (18 pounds each) but after spending over 2 hours inside we were not sorry we did it. The museum is fashioned around Winston Churchill's life and set in the maze of tunnels used by him during World War II. It was overcast with intermittent drizzle but after leaving the museum, we walked through some of the beautiful gardens. The planting season are beautiful but it was a bit sad to see a fair amount of trash and overflowing trash cans We decided to try and find some place to eat so ...
*Rob's thoughts * When we're back everyone is going to ask us "How was travelling?" How do you put into words five months of non-stop fun, doing and seeing incredible things on a daily basis and meeting some amazing people. You just can't. Our answers will be "amazing" "unreal" but that there's no way to describe the past five months. Everything has been pretty much perfect. It's fair to say these five months have given us a bug for travelling. Our parents may be a ...
... walk savouring the sights, such as the lights at Piccadilly Circus and a walk along Regent Street to Oxford Street and stopping off for a Ben and Jerry's ice cream and a visit to Hamley’s, the largest toy store in the UK, which made us parents of the year again in Kate and Roy's eyes.
Before we knew it, time had slipped away from us and we finally got back to the hotel about 10pm and hopefully a good nights sleep to prepare us for another big day ...