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... unseasonably hot and humid, so much so that the natives seem to be somewhat confused by it and still wear so many layers! We were wilting in the train cars, but were able to meet and chat with our Girl Scout group from Minneapolis.
We got off at Piccadilly Square where we then met up with the rest of our Girl Scouts making a total of 39 of us. We had missed the walking tour they all had taken because our flight had been the last to land so we went straight to dinner. After a ...
... Usain Bolt couldn't have run it in a few minutes. It's 2 tube stations down we find out later.
Forty minutes down, with my 65 year old dad looking puffed and none to happy, we find Museum Street (that's a clue). Before heading in we stop at a cafe for a cappuccino and a rest.
Across the way is a Gentleman's Outfitters called Farthings. Tweed, Bowler hats, trousers with suspenders.. Jolly well spiffing it was! I ...
... tour of Jack-the-Ripper's crime scenes, a bus tour of the city including Trafalgar Square, caught a play in the West End, shopped on the legendary Bond and Oxford Streets, and dined in authentic English pubs.
I took away many great memories, ones that stand out the most I have included pictures of them. I hope my bloody good adventure, inspires you to take one of your own.
Now I know a lot of you are probably wondering why the blog is a day late and I am writing it on Monday instead of Sunday. Well the honest answer is we were really busy yesterday but it also occurred to me that back home you are all relaxing on a long weekend to celebrate the Queen's Birthday. So naturally you would think that as we are currently living in the land of the Queen we would have the day off as well, if not the entire week to celebrate. The truth is folks I went to work today ...
... for a pint of London pride, as one works up a thirst. Next was a bus ride to Saatchi Gallery, they change exhibits every 6 months, and it was a Columbian one, very unusual art, but everyone does their own things. In that area was more market, but small, lots of people out enjoying the sunshine, plus this is a long weekend called Bank Monday holiday. After 6-7 hours, time to take the train home. We used public transportation , but you still do a lot if walking to get ...
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