Holland Inn Hotel
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... usual routes a couple of times.. Alternative routes still interesting.
The open air top deck was a great way to take it all in.. Be it a little cool...coats, gloves & scarves necessary items. Our gloves even have "touch phone " pads!.. So one doesn't need to have frozen digits to operate phones, cameras etc!
We stay on board to view all the important landmarks.. Buckingham palace, Tower of London ,St Paul's church,Royal courts of Justice, Big Ben Hyde ...
... told that only one person in the whole of NZ does the assessment for provisional registration, and she's on holiday... fantastic! $300NZD later, I had a piece of paper with one paragraph consisting of one sentence confirming that my degree met the minimum requirements for registration. hurrah! also excellent value for money.
5 months and probably £3000 later, our visas were granted and our sanity returned. as I ...
... br> Being surprised by the beauty of places we did not know much about
Tim Horton's hot chocolate (Emma) and doughnuts (Sandra)
Five things we won't miss:
Being on a bus
Tour guide at Independence Hall, Philadelphia
Living out of a suitcase
US dollars all being the same colour
... while I was staring, so just in case it was the Queen checking out who was loitering on her front garden I gave a little wave, you never know. Thanks to beautiful English weather we experienced during our visit we walked many of London’s parks; Hyde Park, St. James Park, Green Park along with a visit to Kensington Palace. We learned Will, Kate and George were not in that day, but the spectacular gardens was a perfect spot to stop for a coffee ...
... door to the NHM which saved us at least an hour. There were 3 and 4D Imax experiences, planes, engines, space travel, McDonalds - oops, dinosaurs, wooly mammoth's and about 3.5 million schools kids. Family harmony took a bit of a hit over these days, but we survived and I am sure we are much stronger for the experience.
Last night we went out in Leicester Square with friends of our niece Emily, Julia and Louisa who at half our age are ...