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We arose late and went to the local pub where we had a breakfast/lunch. This was pretty good and much better value for money at the local places. I had a pulled pork sandwich and Claudio had hotdog after we had shared nachos. It was tasty. We then caught the tube from the Canada Water tube station on the Jubilee line into the London Bridge station. We walked over the bridge and across the Thames river and then east along the river to ...
... for any patriot to witness, many foreign touristalso travel to witness the spectacular sight.
A beautiful and intimate setting next to Buckingham Palace, it is known as t peaceful triangle between Piccadilly, and Constitution Hill, it is a very popular spot for people to have picnics and to sun bathe in peace.
The Regents Park and Primrose Hill
The home of everything, this 395 acre is the home of Queen ...
Without a doubt, London has one of the coolest nightlife scenes in the world. Such a culturally diverse city is bound to offer a fantastic array of club styles and music and whether you are looking for a hardcore party scene or a laidback affair, you will find it in one of London's many clubs.
The Bar Scene
London is home to a variety of different pubs and bars from those in the busy tourist areas such as Covent Garden and The Strand ...
... keeps its calm reverent pace even in the hustle and bustle of tourism.
Then lunch on the way to Kensington Palace. Fish and chips are are a new favorite of mine. It didn't matter that it was burning hot and fresh out of the fryer, I inhaled it!
Kensington was nice, not as over the top as I expected. Queen Victoria's quarters were beautiful. She was TINY, smaller than my sister Katie. I'd guess by the clothes on display she was barely 5' tall. Her husband called her ...
... hall. It was an amazing sight, every type of confectionery we had ever known about, could be found here. And many more that we had never seen before too! We tasted some samples of some fine English truffle chocolates, but exercised great restraint and did not buy any treats. Until we found the bakery section, that is! Slightly nostalgic, and keen to show off our favourite pastry from home to Nicole, we found Portuguese custard tarts, and decided that we should try ...