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... a half time.
It took 73 days to sail from Australia to London.
It is 84m long.
After we went to the Gypsy Moth for lunch I had a burger with chips . It was delicious, after lunch I went to the Observatory and looked at all the old telescopes when we left we had a ice-cream I had a boysenberry ...
... cos I'm too fussy with my eggs and don't like baked beans haha...but that was still good! Afterwards we headed into town to Waterloo station to start our day at the London Eye (just looking). Again it only took 25 mins to the station from highgate, and we were straight there! London eye is pretty much the same as the Melbourne one...we didn't want to go in as the q was nuts! So we continued along Southbank, to Westminster ...
... much better; we all get along and I love them all so much. This week is going to be amazing I know it but I'm exhausted now so bed for me. Love you guys at home and I miss you - see you soon!
Laura - Pax Lodge is much more than I anticipated. We were warmly greeted when we arrived late this morning. We waited in the London Room (some girls slept, some played cards) while our rooms were being prepared. There are ...
... divine curry in Paddington finished the day and we are planning a day trip to Oxford tomorrow. West End is also beckoning tomorrow night for a fanfare finish to the London leg of our trip.
Here's to a tomorrow of no buses, no commentary, no queues and no precision timing - just aimless wandering with a map that may or may not lead us to where we think we are going.
And that's a beautiful thing.
Yes Venice was like visiting a dream world, one you had heard about, read about (Donna Leon's delightful books) and seen pictures of......it was strangely familiar, and yet so different to the imagined city in my head.
It was bigger and more intricate with lots of alleys and paths intersecting the many canals. There were many, many tourists in the main St Mark's Square and waterfront, but a few short turns ...