Clarendon Serviced Apartments - Discovery Dock East
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... and explored the palace surrounds. by the time we got back to the palace front, there were more tourists than i have ever seen in one place! We saw the lads march from the Mall around the big statue out front and into the gates, not much beyond that though - just too crowded to get close... and bear in mind is about 30 degrees by this stage so standing around in a sea of peeps was a challenge in itself! Next stop ...
... back thousands of years. Some days and nights we just roamed the streets taking it all in. There is always something going on, with the streets just as busy at 10.00pm as it is in the middle of the day. We ticked plenty of boxes in London, including:
Houses of Parliament
... easy to find a proper afternoon tea, complete with scones, sandwiches, a nice cuppa and a slice of cake. Why don't we have that at home?
We had a very nice supper, complete with Malbec, at the steak place just down the road from the hotel, and called it a day. Thank you for your comments and responses - it's lovely to hear from you.
... me being me I was rushed with not alot done and things still arriving in the post to go with me. The 1st flight was to Hong Kong which was 11.5 hours. This was not too bad as I slept most of it and they had plenty of films on the plane. The view out the window going over the mountains in china was amazing although I only saw it briefly as ...
... afternoon and even though I knew I would be a little later getting to the hotel, I decided to get off at the station. I mean, I needed to see where Kate and William got married!!! As soon as I exited the station, I was surrounded by the London Eye, Big Ben and Westminster Abbey. To be honest, it almost seemed overwhelming as I had been so excited to see these sites for so long and now they were all right in front of me.
After my city exploring, I rushed back to the hotel ...
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