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- Drycleaning onsite
- Airport Transportation
- Wireless internet connection in public areas
- Refrigerator in room
- Non-smoking hotel
- Non-smoking rooms
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... chat with an older gentleman who volunteered at the church. We really enjoyed our time there, and were still in awe when we left. Unfortunately we were not allowed to take photos inside the Abbey, so I can't show you any of the graves that we saw as we walked around. After Westminster Abbey, we split ways with Jenn. She wanted to do a tour of the Parliament buildings, and we wanted to see Covent Gardens. We made a plan to meet tomorrow morning at the Victoria ...
We slept in today due to our late night last night. We went to a pub for lunch and then bought 48 hour hop-on-hop-off bus tickets. We rode the bus around to see some of the major sights and stopped a few times to get out and walk around. We went on the London Eye which was so cool! It nice to see the city from a different ...
... pennies from the mechanism to make it a tiny bit faster or slower so that it is exact and doesn't lose or gain any time. It is quite noisy to watch the "trains" work (the bells and clock mechanisms and weight mechanisms are called trains) but so amazing too. I don't understand the making of watches and clocks but this is truly a work of wonder and art to make something as large as the clock faces in the tower and have them be so precise.Last ...
... ago I recieved a parcel from a friend back home. Tea for me, and what feels like tea and a book for Carrie.
Sadly when I tried to give it to Carrie she was sick or I was working...so now, I am back again. And I better bloody get her.
I'm making the most of my day off today so I am going to a theatre show tonight. Not sure which but oh well.
... passed through the docklands development area, where hundreds of blocks of flats have been built in an extremely unimaginative style. We can only wonder if the inspiration was the Blue’s Point tower in Sydney. Many areas of the foreshore are denied to the public, defended by razor wire, as the aspiring upper class cling to their high water titles. In the distance we saw the mast of the Cutty Sark, which Greg recalls from 51 years ago. Greg was extremely disappointed to ...