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... of London (at least a part of it). Frankly, I am not clear on which of the buildings we saw were the Tower of London. I thought the tour guide said that all of the cluster of buildings we were passing comprised the Tower of London, but then we passed by a single building around the corner that may be the one notorious Tower of London. I'll have to check this out.
We got off the tour ...
... Leicester Square before heading to the Covent Garden markets for a look around. They're one of the places I remember most from my first trip to London, and I have to say while it's still a cool place, it is better in the warmer months as there are more performers, although when we first arrived this time around we walked through it quickly and there was a very impressive Christmas tree, so I suppose each season has it benefits! Then it was a ...
... El Vinos was founded as a wine importers back in the 19th century and is a favourite watering hole for lawyers and journalists, plus anyone passing by of course. So we enjoyed a bottle of wine and some nice antipasti nibbles while I regaled Joy with some memories. It was now getting on for eight o'clock, and we returned to our hotel (where we had still not checked in) to freshen up before dinner. Our room in the hotel was ok, though quite small, but we ...
... fourth time...I was going to see Sequence 8.
I went there early and to my pleasant surprise, Lachlan, one of the Front of House guys who was there for my first two shows was back. He is an Aussie come Londoner, who is so kind and funny.
We talked for as long as was possible before I went in to a sold out crowd for the ...
... we have seen). The performers were superb – great voices and extremely talented. We also learned a couple of new Irish words – “fecking” and “*****”.
The second bonus of the night was finding about 5 GBP in one of the transit machines as we topped off our Oyster cards to ensure we had enough credit for the tube ride to the train station tomorrow!
We capped our last night in London with a visit to the fourth pub we ...