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We are now in Bermondsey with our destination, Tower Bridge, clearly visible in the distance. We stop at the 17th century riverside pub, The Angel, for a well earned pint. This was the local haunt of Samuel Pepys and Captain Cook. We are gasping for a drink and water just isn't doing it for us any more. That said, we do get our water bottle refilled here whilst we are at it. People must have been extremely short in those days as we literally have to ...
... moved really quickly however and soon we were in our pod gracefully heading skywards. The views were spectacular and it's easy to see why this has become so popular. Earlier in the day I had bought a bottle of NZ bubbles to give to Ange. Our bags were searched before going on the London Eye and the wine got confiscated! It was given beck after the ride but made me feel like a naughty teenager trying to sneak alcohol on board! It was dusk by now so Kalena and I shared some cider ...
... bones wouldn't be around for that long, so we don't know where they came from, but there were lots. Russ came up to me and said "how much do you love your bother in law" then produced a full size brick. I looked at it and said "not that much" I wasn't carrying that around for John, sorry John but I took a photo for you.
... I was to stay in Weybridge, but my journey was going to stop in London. But London is one of my happy places, so I was all good to explore!! The Virgin train ride was definitely more entertaining and comfortable than the East Coast, but it was chock-a-block full!! It's not well designed for luggage, I must say!! But it was comfortable and the staff have the usual Virgin funny service. So I made it down to Paddington and got to the hostel and immediately ...