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... from three pieces of Craigleith sandstone that were donated by the Duke of Buccleuch, former chairman of the Nelson Memorial Committee, from his own quarries. A fluted column made from solid blocks of granite from the Foggintor quarries on Dartmoor is used on which the statue stands. Bronze elements cast from cannon salvaged from the wreck of HMS Royal George at the Woolwich Arsenal foundry has been used for making the Corinthian capital. Modelled by C. H. Smith it ...
... exhausted .
Superb services that ensure endless delight
Even before my friends and I could embark on our adventure in the city of London, we knew that we were going to have fun. The hotel that we stayed at did it's very best to make us comfortable, and we enjoyed an incredible stay while we were here. The attached bathroom in our spacious room was large and had been furnished very well. The mini bar in the room had a ...
... she already met, and walked me to Poundland – the UK version of a
dollar store! I went grocery shopping and bought everything on my bare necessities
list that Adrian made for me. The water tastes good here, by the way. We have a
balcony in the kitchen where my roommate and I plan to hang our clothes to dry
after we wash them in the tub – SUSTAINBILITY! I went to the local McDonalds
(good ol’ reliable McDonalds) to use their ...
... individuals (there are too many to mention) that took time out of their busy days to share some of their vast knowledge that I have found fascinating and inspiring- you really are experts in your field!
It is the people that I have met along my journey- whether meeting up with familiar or new faces; from family and friends to new colleagues and fellow travellers, which has made my trip even more special- thank you ...
We then walked back through St James' park over to Downing Street, and then back over to Tower Bridge. We considered a bus tour around London, but made the decision not to, as it was already 8pm and I hadn't slept in about 48 hours. I felt as though Dad had shown me enough of London that we didn't really need the bus anyway. So we headed home, had a late dinner, and at 10pm I finally got some well anticipated ...