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... and Westminister Abbey.
Took all the required photos and headed home via the red double decker buses, underground and overground.
Massive first day of walking. Lucky our kids are fit because we do so much walking.
We spent a great half a day in the Tower of London.
We loved listening to the Beefeater tour and then admiring the crown jewels, finding the ravens, and the kids were ...
I think it's the first time either of us have been in a pub at 8:30 a.m., but there we were having a "full English breakfast" this morning. Ours consisted of a breakfast sandwich, strangely on untoasted bread. But quite good. Weren’t sure what beer went with a breakfast sandwich so made do with coffee.
The morning consisted of an excellent cruise on the Thames, from Waterloo to Greenwich and back. (Yes, we saw the ...
Set ourselves a rather ambitious program of museum viewing today, but managed to achieve seeing most of what we wanted.
We started the day travelling to Bloomsbury to the British Museum. We got there just after opening and the crowds were already arriving. Saturday in London appears to be family museum visiting day. The weather has also been a bit showery today so I guess everyone was looking for indoor activities.
... to the British Empire. One section Amanda rather enjoyed was the Crown Jewels, which included a number of the Royal Crowns and Gold. Cole rather enjoyed the Regimental Museum who operates out of the Tower, they had both a statue of Hitler and Benito Mussolini which they gained during WW2.
After the tower, walked across Tower Bridge and down to the docks to get to the HMS Belfast. The HMS Belfast is a Naval Ship, which Cole was very excited to tour during ...
Apparently the free TNT travel expo caters for Kiwi's and Aussie's and judging by the accents abounding around the place, this is all too true.
The awesome thing was that they had Kiwi pies, Bundaberg gingerbeer, K bars, pineapple lumps and tim tams for ...