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... I passed on buying the 8 inch teddy bear that went for a mere 95 GBP.)
After a quick pint and sandwich at Waterloo station, we saw Wicked – an amazing show, cleverly written, very entertaining, and well deserving of the standing ovation it received. The voices of the lead characters were unbelievable.
Plate du Jour: Fish and chips in Windsor. Yes, it’s a repeat.
Beverage du Jour: IPA in ...
... rgb(34, 34, 34); font-family: arial, sans-serif; font-size: 13px; line-height: normal;">I ventured into the city to continue my quest for a pair trainers. Today, like most weekends it seems, the Jubilee line was down and there were lots of replacement buses around. I like taking the bus. It gives you a far greater sense of direction, you realise how close stations actually are and you get to see so much more of London.
... to the tube at Piccadilly Circus again and on our way home. It was over a six mile walk today, and we saw lots of London, from the peace and tranquility of St. James Park to the garish casinos in Leicester Square, and from the up scale modern shops of Regent Street to the historic significance of Westminster Abbey. Even though we didn't see the show we intended to see and we didn't tour Westminster Abbey, we did feel the pulse of ...
... I would not be partaking). However, when we arrived at our boat, loads of other Londoners had had the same idea so we were forced to go to the Rose for dinner and drinks first instead.
After a few hours we managed to get a table on our boat. I forgot to mention that the whole point of this boat thing was to watch Laurence do salsa on a boat on the Thames and laugh at him. Unfortunately for us they went in the other direction- such a wasted amount of mirth.
... a photo of a mummified bull that looks like a pinata I made for my Year 10 Mexican themed birthday party.
Afterwards, we went to one of London's most impressive departments stores Liberty. I fell in love with their scarf section - cashmere, silk...I was in heaven.