Hour Glass Hotel
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... In danger of falling apart the ship was saved and retired from the sea here at Greenwhich. She was saved from destruction five times and was saved from a fire in 2007. After the tea trade was taken over by steam ships the Cutty sark took on other cargos. It came to Austrlai and returned with wool and was famous to make the trip back to England in only73 days! I looked up the records of our Great Grandfather who was John Smith ( ...
... outside balcony, with its breathtaking view over London. Our bus ticket also included a cruise down the Thames from the Tower to Westminster, which added another dimension to our day. With all the stops we made getting on and off at various locations and a quick bite, we didn't make it back to the hotel till around 9pm. We hoped very much that we wouldn't have to endure another cold shower tonight. Be ...
... expected a dog at some point
Okay here's the thing, it's well situated, good transport links, but!!! It reminds me of my aunt's house in Surrey Hills, Sydney. Old furniture(not antique) stuff everywhere, ****** carpet. Oh and my room is a vile yellow. On the other hand the bed linen is good quality as are the towels , the bed's comfy and there's plenty of hot water. I'm trying to convince myself it's not too bad, ...
So it was the last day and what a great day it was!! We went to bath and did the Roman Baths and it was amazing! It was so cool to see traditional baths! Not that we an bath in them now but it was amazing! Then went to Stonehenge and wow! It was awesome! Even though it was old rocks in a circle it was really cool. There was a mystery to it because no one knows why they were put there! It was an awesome way to finish the trip because it was different ...
... and brow salon, happy people everywhere. Crossing the street in London is difficult. I had flashbacks of me and my sister driving in Ireland a few years ago. She would frequently remind me that I was on the correct side of the road. Do I look left or right? Thankfully it's written on most crosswalks. Im not sure I'd ever want to drive in London. A man on a bike shouted, startled us, and called me a very bad word when I crossed in front of him. I wanted to flip him off ...