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... and a
modem building which incorporated the doorways, windows,
ceilings and other building
parts Burrell collected was finally built. This, as were all the museums we visited in
Glasgow, was free of admission charge--and one could peruse museums for a week
Glasgow. It does not have the archaic charm of Edinburgh, but it definitely has
... Knightsbridge, immediately across the street from the well known clothing store, Harvey Nichols, and a block away from Harrods. The hotel is located in London's chic shopping district, Knighstbridge. Our room is spacious by London standards and has an amazing view from our curved window where we can see many of London's best known landmarks (see photo). We all enjoyed watching the city move from day to night from our ...
... providing security. He was a friendly bloke and more than happy to answer the myriad of questions the children asked.
We then made our way to Buckingham Palace and the Gehringers, with Kate and Roy, did a tour of the Royal Mews, while Traci and Nathan secured a good spot to view the changing of the guards. The changing of the guards is one of those things on every tourists 'must do' list while in London and to ...
... to be like a Ferris Wheel with supports in both side, but no they are just on one side with some large cables for extra support. We were early so did a short 4D experience first which was a birds eye view around London in 3D with some extra effects. Then we joined the fast track queue and got into our pod for the 30 minutes it takes to do a revolution. So we were on a bit before 5 but it was lovely and clear except back towards Big Ben with the sun ...
... but somehow upsets my stomach anyway. Hate starting a new trip with a bad tummy but I am fine the next morning.
Our flight to Georgetown, Guyana the next day is not until 2:20 p.m. Try as hard as we can, we cannot manage to sleep into the morning so up for breakfast and then nothing much to do until time to go to the airport. Travel days are always the hardest because you are anticipating your ...