Somerset Roland Gardens
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... amongst Villa fans, such was the animosity and passion between these clubs. So we had to be neutral. Walking amongst these passionate fans towards the stadium felt like a family day out - plenty of parents out for the day with their young kids. Like many fans, we stopped at one of the many hamburger/hot dog stalls along the route and had one of these burgers. Now this is what a burger should taste like - thick, browned beef patties, chunky onion, two slices ...
... in London. Walked the proverbial English mile and then some we are in prime location cause just around the corner we found the London eye, did not get on due the length of the queue. Big Ben Parliament House, Westminster Abbey, Dowling Street, Buckingham Palace and Trafalgar Square were all in walking distance.To say we hit the ground running is a under statement, and we also hit that proverbial ...
This was our first stop on this year's adventure. We spent 3 days in London trying to see as much as possible. There are 8 million people in London, plus tourist. It is crazy.
We did the Hop on Hop Off bus (Ho-Ho) which gives a good overview of the famous things to see. We also walked a lot and took public transport. There is NO WAY we would try to drive there. And it isn't because of the left side driving. It is just crazy.