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Posted: 08 August 2012 at 2:48pm | IP Logged
Oh yes the amphibian tours. It sounds interesting. Which one are you doing?

Tomorrow I am heading to the Houses of Parliament and Southbank for the day. 


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Posted: 08 August 2012 at 3:05pm | IP Logged
Originally posted by swasthi

Oh yes the amphibian tours. It sounds interesting. Which one are you doing?

Tomorrow I am heading to the Houses of Parliament and Southbank for the day. 
I am looking into the one run by London duck tours.  Have to have a confab with daughter and nieces when they want to go and whether I am going to be put in a toddler harness for the duration of the tripROFL.  HOP and Southbank sounds good.  Did the London Eye for the second time back a couple of years ago and got called by work when I was at the top.  They could not leave me alone.Cry

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Posted: 08 August 2012 at 3:24pm | IP Logged
Originally posted by Xarina

Originally posted by swasthi

Oh yes the amphibian tours. It sounds interesting. Which one are you doing?

Tomorrow I am heading to the Houses of Parliament and Southbank for the day. 
I am looking into the one run by London duck tours.  Have to have a confab with daughter and nieces when they want to go and whether I am going to be put in a toddler harness for the duration of the tripROFL.  HOP and Southbank sounds good.  Did the London Eye for the second time back a couple of years ago and got called by work when I was at the top.  They could not leave me alone.Cry

You should be ok with that tour however the girls will be chirpy. When I go out on visits with children the rule is no chatting in the tube. The onlookers cannot believe their silence. 

Oh dear ... they can't seem to leave you while you are having fun. I have been on it several times. The best moment was on a sunny winter's day and I could see as far as Alexander Palace. 

Apparently the Shard will be having a viewing platform on its upper floors. This will be one to look out for.

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Posted: 08 August 2012 at 3:29pm | IP Logged
Originally posted by swasthi

Originally posted by Xarina

Originally posted by swasthi

Oh yes the amphibian tours. It sounds interesting. Which one are you doing?

Tomorrow I am heading to the Houses of Parliament and Southbank for the day. 
I am looking into the one run by London duck tours.  Have to have a confab with daughter and nieces when they want to go and whether I am going to be put in a toddler harness for the duration of the tripROFL.  HOP and Southbank sounds good.  Did the London Eye for the second time back a couple of years ago and got called by work when I was at the top.  They could not leave me alone.Cry

You should be ok with that tour however the girls will be chirpy. When I go out on visits with children the rule is no chatting in the tube. The onlookers cannot believe their silence. 

Oh dear ... they can't seem to leave you while you are having fun. I have been on it several times. The best moment was on a sunny winter's day and I could see as far as Alexander Palace. 

Apparently the Shard will be having a viewing platform on its upper floors. This will be one to look out for.
Every holiday is the same.  Must be quite daunting taking a class full of children on the tube.  Our teachers are so pampered, they go by coach instead.  Wow.  The Shard?  That would be awesome.  Are you familiar with Trellick Towers in west London?  Used to live there once upon a time.  The views were unbelievable.  We were on the 15th floor.

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Posted: 08 August 2012 at 3:39pm | IP Logged
Originally posted by Xarina

Originally posted by swasthi

Originally posted by Xarina

Originally posted by swasthi

Oh yes the amphibian tours. It sounds interesting. Which one are you doing?

Tomorrow I am heading to the Houses of Parliament and Southbank for the day. 
I am looking into the one run by London duck tours.  Have to have a confab with daughter and nieces when they want to go and whether I am going to be put in a toddler harness for the duration of the tripROFL.  HOP and Southbank sounds good.  Did the London Eye for the second time back a couple of years ago and got called by work when I was at the top.  They could not leave me alone.Cry

You should be ok with that tour however the girls will be chirpy. When I go out on visits with children the rule is no chatting in the tube. The onlookers cannot believe their silence. 

Oh dear ... they can't seem to leave you while you are having fun. I have been on it several times. The best moment was on a sunny winter's day and I could see as far as Alexander Palace. 

Apparently the Shard will be having a viewing platform on its upper floors. This will be one to look out for.
Every holiday is the same.  Must be quite daunting taking a class full of children on the tube.  Our teachers are so pampered, they go by coach instead.  Wow.  The Shard?  That would be awesome.  Are you familiar with Trellick Towers in west London?  Used to live there once upon a time.  The views were unbelievable.  We were on the 15th floor.

It depends on the quality of adults one takes. Some times I have to take care of them too. We do have coach trips too but the visits in the city is best on the tube.

Trellick Tower - no not familiar with it but I can imagine with some tower blocks the higher you are the better the views. 

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Posted: 08 August 2012 at 3:45pm | IP Logged
Originally posted by swasthi

Originally posted by Xarina

Originally posted by swasthi

Originally posted by Xarina

Originally posted by swasthi

Oh yes the amphibian tours. It sounds interesting. Which one are you doing?

Tomorrow I am heading to the Houses of Parliament and Southbank for the day. 
I am looking into the one run by London duck tours.  Have to have a confab with daughter and nieces when they want to go and whether I am going to be put in a toddler harness for the duration of the tripROFL.  HOP and Southbank sounds good.  Did the London Eye for the second time back a couple of years ago and got called by work when I was at the top.  They could not leave me alone.Cry

You should be ok with that tour however the girls will be chirpy. When I go out on visits with children the rule is no chatting in the tube. The onlookers cannot believe their silence. 

Oh dear ... they can't seem to leave you while you are having fun. I have been on it several times. The best moment was on a sunny winter's day and I could see as far as Alexander Palace. 

Apparently the Shard will be having a viewing platform on its upper floors. This will be one to look out for.
Every holiday is the same.  Must be quite daunting taking a class full of children on the tube.  Our teachers are so pampered, they go by coach instead.  Wow.  The Shard?  That would be awesome.  Are you familiar with Trellick Towers in west London?  Used to live there once upon a time.  The views were unbelievable.  We were on the 15th floor.

It depends on the quality of adults one takes. Some times I have to take care of them too. We do have coach trips too but the visits in the city is best on the tube.

Trellick Tower - no not familiar with it but I can imagine with some tower blocks the higher you are the better the views. 
Apparently it is the highest residential block in London.  Just off Ladbroke Grove.  Was a great vantage point to watch the Notting Hill Carnival when it used to go past.

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Posted: 08 August 2012 at 3:54pm | IP Logged
Originally posted by Xarina

Originally posted by swasthi

Originally posted by Xarina

Originally posted by swasthi

Originally posted by Xarina

Originally posted by swasthi

Oh yes the amphibian tours. It sounds interesting. Which one are you doing?

Tomorrow I am heading to the Houses of Parliament and Southbank for the day. 
I am looking into the one run by London duck tours.  Have to have a confab with daughter and nieces when they want to go and whether I am going to be put in a toddler harness for the duration of the tripROFL.  HOP and Southbank sounds good.  Did the London Eye for the second time back a couple of years ago and got called by work when I was at the top.  They could not leave me alone.Cry

You should be ok with that tour however the girls will be chirpy. When I go out on visits with children the rule is no chatting in the tube. The onlookers cannot believe their silence. 

Oh dear ... they can't seem to leave you while you are having fun. I have been on it several times. The best moment was on a sunny winter's day and I could see as far as Alexander Palace. 

Apparently the Shard will be having a viewing platform on its upper floors. This will be one to look out for.
Every holiday is the same.  Must be quite daunting taking a class full of children on the tube.  Our teachers are so pampered, they go by coach instead.  Wow.  The Shard?  That would be awesome.  Are you familiar with Trellick Towers in west London?  Used to live there once upon a time.  The views were unbelievable.  We were on the 15th floor.

It depends on the quality of adults one takes. Some times I have to take care of them too. We do have coach trips too but the visits in the city is best on the tube.

Trellick Tower - no not familiar with it but I can imagine with some tower blocks the higher you are the better the views. 
Apparently it is the highest residential block in London.  Just off Ladbroke Grove.  Was a great vantage point to watch the Notting Hill Carnival when it used to go past.

Wow! I have learnt something new. Last year I went to the top floor at Centrepoint outside Tottenham Court Road station it has a restaurant there and the bar has its own viewing gallery. I had dinner with my cousin. The view of the city was amazing from there. 

Watching the carnival would have been colourful. You would have had really great views of the air planes beelining to Heathrow.

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