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... had an interesting exhibition on in memory of the 100th anniversary of the First World War. The moat of the castle was filled with a river of metallic poppies, which climbed up the side of the castle wall. It was quite an eerie and beautiful sight to behold, giving the impression from afar that the tower was dripping with blood.
For dinner, Liam and I took the tube to Leicester Square station and headed to one of my favorite restaurants in London: Tokyo Dinner. Serving ...
Greetings from the high-speed train which will soon be passing under the English Channel on its way toward Paris. I apologize for the list instead of a free flowing story and have opted to write a post when we leave a city rather than every day. Moving on to London... London is a huge city! I was here for a weekend when I studied abroad but after our time here I realized that I had only brushed the ...
London & Chelsea
Today we spent visiting more of the sights of London. After breakfast with Carol we headed to the train station at nearby Bracknell for the journey into the city of London (Waterloo Station). Waterloo is a large national station so luckily our niece Elissa was able to find us in the crowd and we then headed off for a walk of the nearby streets.
Somerset House, a magnificent building dating from 1776, was ...
... more of a theatre lover / industry place, rather then a tourist mecca. Which was great! I also celeb spotted and saw Damian Lewis (that dude from Homeland), and apparently Kenneth Brangah was there too. On Tuesday I explored the meaning of peak hour on the tube whilst making my way to my cousin's house. I think I just missed the peak of peak hour, but the build up was pretty interesting. My cousin, who has also moved to London started her new job the day before, ...
... it is still hard for me to take in that I am actually in London, England. I never ever ever ever ever... thought I would be here in a million years.3,000 miles in the air and 5,500 miles across the states and sea , I am here , I am actually here in freaking London!!! Although I only saw the city through my window I loved it. I know I am to end up living in a big city one day. I will forever and always be a city girl. I don't want to leave London, I wish I had ...