Travel Blogs from London
... didn't get to stay long since we had to walk to catch a bus that was still running and get back to the hotel so there was obviously no time to go into the National Gallery right in the square.
We returned to our hotel for some more sleep and then got ready to go on our first optional excursion. We were picked up by private motor coach and our tour guide for the evening was Damian. Much, much nicer than that kid in the movies.We thought we knew ...
... great experience. I learned a lot about these landmarks.
I had to have something like this just to have a break and maybe bring back at least fifty pounds of chocolate. I loved this landmark because I love chocolate this was the best fun I had ever had in two years.
I had a lot of fun saying abbey a lot and just going over there and taking pictures of interesting things. I just think the word abbey ...
Me again, just getting caught up on this blogging.. as I said I will be uploading pictures when we get them off the camera.. for now you'll just have to read.
Sunday we woke up, Zach went for his run and I got ready at a leisurely pace. We had a bit of a relaxing morning as we were going to have another long day visiting.
Mathew (or Moff as he was called in school) is one of Zach's oldest friend's who lives with his partner (who ...
... I had locked the bike, and down the lift to the tunnel footpath under the river, then rode along the North bank of the river. I thoroughly enjoyed the views and the neighborhoods, but did not stop for quite as many photo-ops, since I was racing the clock. It was hard to pass on the opportunity to stop at the many historical pubs along the way! I got to the North side of the Tower Bridge at 5:45, bullied my way across through ...
... definitely feel it.
This weekend was jam packed, and with little down time the
blogging got pushed back a bit. So this is going to be another jam-packed
I woke up Friday at my hostel in Earl’s Court. Checkout was
a 10am, and I managed to sleep until 8:30am so I had to get ready fairly
quickly. Even so I was able to meet some really cool people over breakfast.
While eating I chatted with Biagio, an older Italian man ...