Four Seasons Hotel
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... and then worm their way down towards the front trying to take others' legitimate seats when they are out at interval. A few heated exchanges take place to our amusement!
By the way the poor chap who lost his wall etc at the start of the tour was the former deputy PM I've never heard of, Brian Howe. Luckily their family had the cards stopped. Others kept losing things or leaving backpacks in palace locker rooms. We had an awful backtrack at the Catherine Palace in the bus for one ...
... Winston Churchill and his involvement in WWII, equipment involved in space exploration missions, a hall that demonstrated the evolution of the inside mechanisms of clocks, the history of agricultural equipment and one of the first Ford model T cars. After this we were exhausted and rode the train back to Ruth's village and slept.
Just like I'm going to go sleep right now, because I am writing this on September 14th, and I head to Ireland tomorrow.
... 2 hrs) and checked into our favourite hotel - The Rubens at the Palace. We've been staying at this hotel for years and I've gotten to know the concierge (Mr. Dave) very well as we first met when I was 11! It was amazing to see him again yesterday as I'll be 18 this fall. Dinner that night was at Kazan Kitchen, a Turkish restaurant near Victoria. We didn't do much else as my parents were very jetlagged. ...
... along Southbank through a summer festival in front of the OXO building and along past the eye. There were almost as many craft beer carts as their were ones selling ice cream, so our slow stroll was slowed further by the necessary stops at each.
The festival of "I can't believe Kenneth pulled this off" had one of it's final events back in Islington. I had 7pm in my mind for some reason but when we realised ...
... that I was able to be in the same place that it took place in. Also, many famous authors and poets throughout history have been dedicated in the Abbey, like Geoffrey Chaucer, who wrote The Canterbury Tales (which Andy and I both read in high school).
Next on the list was Big Ben - it was only a two-minute walk from the Abbey. Andy tried to look ahead of time to see if we were able to take any kind of tour of Big Ben, but the tours are only available to United ...