The Railway Tavern
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BA flight 16 left Sydney on time at 3.30 pm. John Mann very kindly took Esther, Bob, Di and Doug to the airport in ample time for checking in and lunch before the flight. When it came time to move through to the gate, Doug said his goodbyes and travelled by train and bus to Lane Cove to link in with Jacqui for their usual Trivia Night, which again they won. Flight took off on time with a scheduled short stopover in Singapore. The flight ...
For our last day in London we headed out around noon sine we had 7:30 tickets for As You Like It at the Globe Theatre. We decided to focus on sights in that area. It was a bit drizzly but we all had rain jackets. When we emerged from the Tube we were near St Paul's Cathedral so we thought we'd go in. We did get in the door but when we found tickets were about $25 we decided to just enjoy the architecture from the doorway and by walking around. Every time I think ...
Due to the visa process with going to Russia, we ended up with only 1 and a half days in London.
We stayed at an airbnb place that was more like a hostel right next to Kings Cross station. The first afternoon was spent relaxing as we had hardly slept in Iceland.
The next day was time to explore! We walked past Horseguards Parade and Trafalgar Square and then took a boat ...
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