The Bull Hotel
Travel Blogs from Wrotham
... up to the place. We were going to take a Yeoman's tour but we didn't want to wait for the next one so we elected to just head out on our own and explore what tickled our fancy.
First stop was the Medieval Castle, built in the 1200s by Edward I. It was amazing enough to walk around rooms and through doorways constructed in the latter part of the 13th century, but seeing reconstructions of the King's bedroom or his private chapel was like ...
... up a woman, Achilles. But I don't suggest anyone try that at home.
Next stop was the Elgin Marbles, another iconic piece of history! The Elgin marbles are parts of a frieze and statues that used to be part of the Parthenon in Athens but were removed in the early 1800s by one Lord Elgin to be preserved. They were definitely something to behold, all very intricate and beautiful. I spent some ...
... this opportunity is, it takes my breath away.
No rush. It is a good thing that we are not in a hurry because we lose so much time in the airports. One line after another, particularly in the USA airports. Thank God for the card games we have learned during the summer!
However, a stop in London, even if it just at the airport, is always fun. So much choice! Starting with a sushi conveyor. ...
... on the Tube again to meet our guide for the bike tour. Traveling on the Tube has been relatively easy.
Bike tour (Fat Tyre) at 3:30pm with Rodwin who was from Wales and could speech Welsch
*Houses of Parliament
*The Hyde, Green & St. James Park
*St. James Palace
*Pub (Silver Cross in Trafalgar Square) ...
... adjusting in order to function effectively. Upon arriving to London, operating the bus and tube system seemed chaotic and confusing. It was easy to look at a map of London’s underground train station and give up hope for figuring it out simply because there are many intersections and stops. Instead, I learned to focus on my starting and ending points and then see if there was a direct line connecting the two. If not, I found an intersecting line that would allow me ...