Travel Blogs from London
... 7 and the bus driver very kindly drove us much closer to our hotel in Kensington.
We got a bit lost after drop off but a runner I flagged down sorted us out in the right direction so so far we have been impressed by the Londoners helpfulness. Tomorrow I buy a map.
The weather has been fabulous here so even though we would like to sleep with the window open but it ...
... along with other staffing cuts have upset unions and so we've experienced a few transit staff strikes. These HUGE disruptions make me thankful for Vancouver transit!
God we were totally dominating that dance floor- it was just like power ballads and so we were totally going for it! We met up with a group of nice guys who were also out to look ridiculous and so we danced and fooled around with them until closing time when one of them asked for Katie's number- a lovely Irish man named Maurice (yes people are actually called that...)
So from just a few casual drinks to a huge night at Walkabout... what a night!
... on this.
3. We saw many of the buildings designed by architect Christopher Wren who was responsible for St. Paul's. He is buried in the cathedral and on his grave lays a simple plaque which reads "if my monument you seek, look around you" which I found quite ingenious. He also designed St. Brides church which they say is where we got the tiered wedding cake from as the top looks like a wedding cake.
4. We walked to where the city of ...
... resolve, and so it was that he took over the kitchen and made a thai masterpiece... so burgers were going to be the next day. Instead, Mum was half way through coming up with a gorgeous chicken tagine, and this was also a masterpiece. We then had to wait another day, because the burgers were supposed to be to try Lucy's ketchup and she was going to be out the next day. So it was that it wasn't until Saturday evening that we got the BBQ out, and found that even in ...