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... I got to my change at Stratford it was 2:20am and I basically said "eff it, I'm taking a taxi". I was basically at the point where I just wanted home. I didn't actually give a hoot how I got there.
So I got home and used my entire bottle of cleaning lotion to get the green off my face. It took so long! And at 2:57 I finally crawled into bed.
... be considering the nursery rhyme about it, very uninspiring. Big Ben (well didn't realise it was Big Ben till Rob told me). I had all these images of these icons in my head but none were like I had imagined. The Palace of Westminister which is used by UK Parliament is such an awesome sight. St Paul's Cathedral where Di & Charles were married. So so beautiful, inside just spectacular. Westminster Abbey where William and Kate were married (coronations held here since 1066 ...
... br> body masks, manicures, pedicures, massages and body wraps. When it comes to spa
hotels, London offers some of the best in Europe. You could choose from the
Treatment: For a holistic spa experience there
is nothing better than opting for a complete body treatment, which helps to
exfoliate the skin and moisturise and revitalise the complete body. It will
leave your skin ...
... was apparently very close to my hotel. For those of my friends who don't know why I would look for such a thing, its from one of my favorite British TV shows, Doctor Who. Well the GPS on my phone ended up sending me in the wrong direction and I couldn't find it, so I gave up looking and turned around towards the tube station I initially exited from to arrive at my hotel to head out to my next adventure. As I arrived at the tube station, I FOUND THE BOX!!!! I couldn't believe I ...
... the country. The Tower has served variously as an armoury, a treasury, a menagerie, the home of the Royal Mint, a public records office, and the home of the Crown Jewels of the United Kingdom. From the early 14th century until the reign of Charles II, a procession would be led from the Tower to Westminster Abbey on the coronation of a monarch. In the absence of the monarch, the Constable of the Tower is in charge of the castle. This was a powerful and trusted position in the ...