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... to the Jubilee line and got off at London Bridge. When I got up top, my hostel was just a few blocks down the road, where Claire was already waiting. We arrived at the hostel (St. Christopher's Village) before our check-in time so we stored our stuff in lockers, and immediately started our journey.
We picked a random direction to start walking and went over the London Bridge. Where we turned right to walk down the Thames river, where ...
... particularly looking down some of the canals with the glow of the evening lights…beautiful.
We all headed to bed for a quick night sleep as our train the next morning was leaving at 7:50am…
The next morning we hurried from our hotel and lumbered our heavy cases up and over a few bridges on our way to the train station. We located the train to Milan, climbed on board and headed off on the next part of our ...
... middle eastern style falafels and curry. Before we went to a show, Elliot and I swung into a hole-in-the-wall middle eastern food joint. The loosely called "restaurant" was more like a food truck tucked away in a niche of an office building down town. We were lured in by the smell of falafels because Elliot has a hard time resisting good middle eastern food. I'm more a Mediterranean food girl myself, but sometimes you've just got to try new things. We walked ...
... the very warm bed and prepared myself for a lazy day by dressing in sweatpants and Star Trek hoodie before opening the window and realizing I'd made a mistake.
It was a beautiful day outside by London winter standards--11 degrees, no rain, no wind, and even quite a bit of sun. I texted Lindsay to notify her of the error in our plans, and we were soon on the bus heading back to Kensington Gardens/Hyde Park.
On this, our ...
... this city and no one buys tapes anymore. But, you can still feel the energy of London from the ground up made up of its profound history from kings to Kings Road. You can feel it in the cobble stoned streets, in the air, on the river, in its buildings, and through its royals and pop stars, and the way they greet everyone with a "'ello dahling" and they describe hamburgers as lovely.
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