The Royal Foundation of St Katharine
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... famous apparently). Like the giant Lego people? And outside is a real bustop made of Lego …
how cool is that. Off Regent St was this
beautiful old building and laneway.
Looked so old and pretty I just had to take some pictures.
Again after all this walking we were pretty weary and made
our way via Piccadilly Circus back to the tube.
So endth London for the first time; but we’ll be back next
... 40£. The girls overwhelmingly voted for taking the bus over the underground on all of our trips. It's an expensive city. Food, trinkets, clothes and cosmetics are costly! There are no bargains..welcome to the big city! Nice to share the language and be able to communicate and understand what we were reading. Magge: "surprised at how dirty the streets and sidewalks were and the number of homeless people." Kristyn: "the people were so nice. The city was a very cool place to visit ...
... Bar One' bar then on to 'Searcys' Club. Danny's boss is a member of the club and we were booked in for drinks to view sunset over London from 180m up in the Gherkin in St. Mary Axe (I'm not sure how they name streets here). The setting is amazing with a view across the Thames and around 180 degrees from the curved corridors and lounge.
I am finishing the blog on Friday morning while the last load of washing is tumble dried and my suitcase is slowly ...
... have mistaken most of it for a Catholic mass. Such a magnificent and beautiful cathedral, music lovely and the sermon very appropriate for
the time and place with an acknowledgement that the majority of people at the service were from many nationalities and various faiths.
Such a long day again. I am seriously not up to 12 hour days on the go the whole time. I fall into bed and dream of sheep sitting in paddocks not moving ...
... elephants and acrobats, water fountains and horses onstage, it was quite a sceptical. Our next destination is the breath taking Switzerland, making our home in the small town of Lauterbrunnen. It literally takes 2 minutes to walk from one side of town to the other. Even with a slight chill in the air we are warmed by the sun shining on the most beautiful natural landscape. Photos simply do not do it justice. Unable to afford yet another skydive I took advantage ...
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