S.W.A. The Way To Stay
Travel Blogs from London
... to go to England pretty much my entire life. Ever since I opened my first Harry Potter book as a child, I've had this strange fascination with British culture. I can't believe I'm finally here. Plus, it's oh so nice to finally see and greet a familiar face and to spend time with one of my best friends in such an awesome city, where we can have such fantastic adventures.
... right up to the top level and had a good look at London. Then we went back to floor two to see her office. The office was one big office with lots of desks there. I bought some chips to eat from the vending machine because I was a bit hungry. After we visited the office we went back to the apartment and ate some noodle soup for ...
... where the Olympic Rings were hanging. On the bus tour there was a man who had a microphone and told us that the Queen uses 9 out of 775 rooms at Buckingham Palace and she always prefers Balmoral Castle and calls Buckingham Palace her office. After a couple more stops we had lunch at St Paul's Cathedral and then joined a different bus tour and got off at the Tower of London. In the Tower there were a lot of guards called Beefeaters guarding ...
... tourists who don't know how to survive using the Tube.
When we finally got there, I was expecting to literally see one tower. Call me stupid (really, it's ok) but I didn't actually know it was like a huge castle. It was overwhelming at first and I didn't realize you could actually buy tickets to go in and see all the components of it. Good thing my friends knew that little tidbit so I just acted cool and followed their lead. After we got inside the tower, we were taken on ...
... to leave this place immediately before I grow a beard and take up polyester trousers as a wardrobe mainstay.
We jumped into James’s 4/4 and made our way back to the hotel, again the traffic was pretty light and we were home in no time, as ever the people of Le Mans and Mulsane were out waving and taking pictures of the Les Anglaise in their silly cars tearing about the French countryside and villages. This spirit of enjoyment and a real love of cars ...
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