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Up early as we wanted to get to Buckingham Palace to see the changing of the guard, which was happening today. Yesterday we had our first experience on the tube - the London Underground train service, which is very efficient. Our nearest station is Russell Square, which is an old station without escalators. It has lifts - luckily - as there are 175 stairs from the station platform to ground level. We ended up walking down ...
... a bit hard to imagine me with two friends. It is a weird party, 'the dank' is strong but it sort of feels like it belongs. Strangely, our drinks are handed to us in plastic bags, four drinks at once and you have to carry them around with you.
I look boss in my school uniform, the party gets good when we go down to the bottom level, there's a nice little comedic live set from some guy with a guitar, things escalate, beer is thrown everywhere, I have an ...
... all the way. What a great view from the top, I could see the Citibank building in Canary Wharf where I spent a couple of years of my life (that I'll never get back) on a building site.
After obligatory photos on the meridian line we made our way back down the hill via the ice-cream shop and back to the train.
It was awesome to catch up with Stan an Julie and meet their gorgeous grandchildren. Thanks so much to them for their generosity and ...
A very long day with a rushed start.
We all had a sleep in today and set off from the Hotel onto the tube at about 10.30am. Unfortunatly in this city you cannot get anywhere in a hurry, and so after stoping on the way to Notting Hill we could not get into Jamie Oliver's cafe for breakfast and so were left scrambling to find something before a 12pm appointment at Selfridges .Craig and Ros had booked ...
... learn or in stace's case, live.
Tower bridge is awesome, and definitely worth a look. We even got to see it rise to let a boat through but my highlight of the week was the markets.
Portobello market in Notting Hill was awesome, super busy, but massive with cool stalls and lots of food and also the place where Chris lost his wedding ring :(. Arriving back at our room after a very quite tube trip only to find Chris hadn't actually worn ...