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Travel Blogs from London
... about the day before with a clear head was a revelation. No sooner had I looked up at Big Ben and Westminster Abbey that I suddenly fell completely in love with London. I spent most of the day wandering the streets, soaking up the sights and sounds, and enjoying the bustle. I wandered through the National Gallery, and stared at Monets, Rembrandts and Turners all afternoon. I was severely disappointed that the day was nearing an end, and reluctantly left the van ...
... street, with every second person having a cigarette; which stunk ��. We ventured probably about a kilometre down, when we finally decided we'd had enough! After slowly getting back through the crowds to Marble Arch, where it was quieter, and headed back to get changed for our show at Piccadilly theatre; Dirty Dancing. We were about 10 rows from ...
Nights spent by accommodation:
Under canvas 22
Upgraded at campsites 6
Homestays & shelters 5
Number of ...
... br> After that we found a cute little place to have some lunch and it was good to sit down and rest our feet for a while then we left and tried to follow our noses to find the closest tube station to take us to St.Pauls. Well that turned out to be a bit of a mission because although someone directed us just down the road, we seemed to walk for miles and ended up following the River Thames to get to Westminster ...
... views. After returning back down the 528 steps (a total of 1056 for those that are counting), I found Juli right where I left her, just sitting there staring, ;) For a finally treat tonight, I took Juli to my favorite restaurant in England, Giraffe. This time I had the mango salmon. yummy!! I also found out that they have fancy non alcoholic drinks with mint leaves in them. Thee are always a special treat for me and since I didn't get my Starbucks tea today, I went for ...