Fox & Anchor
Travel Blogs from London
... the layers inevitably exposed by the excavation of new foundations.
What is "The City"?
This is a link from The History Channel, describing in about 4 minutes, the relationship of The City of London to Greater London:
... all that happening in Afghanistan? I'm better off alone watching up for my own ass in that case on a trip, then looking up for hers as well.
So she decided to respond to me with '' We will talk about it at home’’!!! Which at that point I wasn't sure what exactly you want to talk about with me at home? About how was your trip back to London or what?
For me, honestly, a SHOCK!!! Maybe I trust and believe in people to much. I don’t know where ...
... skyscraper in London. It is the tallest building in the European Union.
#26: The "New" London Bridge - With the H.M.S. Belfast and Tower Bridge in the background. The old London Bridge was dismantled and moved to Lake Havasu, Arizona.
#27: The Millennium Bridge - Is a pedestrian bridge across the Thames. We were too tired to cross it by the time we got to it.
#28: The Thames Clipper - Pulling away from the dock after ...
... get TripAdvisor to send her a certificate.
Things we learnt;
- Trust no one.
- Avoid Ometepe.
- If you, by pure chance and bad luck, find yourself on Ometepe, don't stay at Finca del Sol.
- Use reviews, they help more than you can believe.
- Keep an open mind. Bus convos have proven to be great time killers for us and we have found some interesting people on board.
- Mexicans love a good bargain. Don't be ...
... pictures - a buffalo with three eyes springs immediately to mind. And the Okapi...a beast unimaginably rare and exotic in those days.
So then, off to see London Zoo; an opportunity also for practical experience of finding my way around London on the train. London trains are like Australian ones in that they are full of warnings and stern reminders about appropriate behaviour...except for this message: "it is easier and quicker to ...