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From there we headed to Harrods. We saw the outside of Harrods the previous day, but we wanted to see it at night all lit up and wander around inside a bit. Walking in was overwhelming. There are too many things to see, too many rooms, floors, departments, people. Couldn't deal. We spent most of our time in the food area though which was fun to see. We gave in and bought a few cupcakes that were gorgeous.... Unfortunately they didn't taste nearly as great.
'Travelling is the only thing you buy that makes you richer'
A very lovely lady, Miss Zoe Cleary told me this quote and it has stuck with me as I believe it is so true. Being back at home now and reflecting back on the past 4 1/2 months is the greatest thing (though sad that it is over). I have been so fortunate to see and do the things I have and I have learnt a lot about myself.
Learning and experiencing the concept of the 'solo traveller' ...
... you can find the city in a completely
new way. Most of the inns are situated in a planned position, which is bounded
by all the enthusiasm that the metropolis has to present. It is near to the major
airports Stansted, Gatwick, and Heathrow. The hotels provide a winning mixture
of technology, design, hospitality as well ...
... German words, where they were from, how long they were...yknow. typical traveller questions.
They were going to a church today where there was a mummified cat and mouse. We walked past it on my walking tour of Dublin but we never had the chance to go inside.
It was cool to see the history and the museum part of it, and I stayed a bit longer than they did.
We started the day by walking to Westminster Cathedral and sitting in on part of the mass, all that history, what a beautiful church then braving the tube....it really is a pretty easy system to use. We went from Victoria station to oxford circus then took a stroll from Oxford street and down Regent street ( for all those monopoly fans!) then onto carnaby street. I didn't tell the ...