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... to the hostel. For dinner we decided just to go to a little grocery store called Sainbury’s and get some fruit and yogurt.
After getting to the hostel we showered and got our luggage together for our flight to Paris tomorrow, came downstairs to charge our phones and computers, and upload the blog!
I am very exhausted and cant wait to collapse again tonight, but I can’t wait for tomorrow even ...
... next forty minutes we were paddled around lots of little canals with Mario explaining some of the sights along the way. It is definitely a pleasant way to travel and was thoroughly enjoyed by all.
Once back on dry land we headed across the Realto Bridge and down to St Mark’s Square…the most famous area in all of Venice…and the busiest. There were groups of people everywhere including a Boys Choir from Georgia. They sang a ...
... footbridge to Saint Paul's Cathedral. See Christopher Wrens masterpiece in the pictures.
The Price is Right:
- Tube from Heathrow to Central London (Rountrip Sunday Offpeak) $13
- Museum Entrance: Free but they ask for a small donation.
- An urban hike.
Aidan here for this one to give Lindsay a break after her ongoing flurry of blog writing. It also happens to be one of the shortest posts we'll need to do (but with lots of pretty pictures I promise), so naturally I jumped at the opportunity.
After the last few days managed to stretch into long nights, we agreed today would be a bit of a refresher, with no big outings planned and the opportunity to sit down, rest our feet, and maybe even do ...
... and it was something. To think about solstice rituals out there gives me the goosebumps. What's really incredible about this mysterious place is that its purpose is still unknown. It was used by a number of generations in the land over thousands of years, but nothing points to exactly why. I think that is cool.
We spent a lot of time in London growing up in the 80s and I remember it so well. Kings Road was the ...
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