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... for a "loo" break and coffee at the impressive Harvey Nichols, and then to the expensive shopping mecca known as Harrod's!
Boarding the tube at Knightsbridge, we are greeted with a huge advert on the platform...advertising "Oxford Landing" ...."get to know a real South Australian" (actually, Oxford Landing is a really **** Australian Wine and wouldn't warrant such an imposing ad anywhere in Australia!)
Late in the afternoon it's off ...
... map instructions. I ended up taking a shuttle to the rail station, took a train to the city center, and then a couple of busses after that. It was definitely not the most effective way to get there. And as I was riding the busses, I was staring at the sun, watching it go down, thinking about my rule and what my plan b would be. I found my host's house (or what I was pretty sure was it). And stood there knocking for a good 20 minutes. I could not afford a ...
... I'd packed as we walked around Nelson's column. I noticed the National Gallery so I suggested we check it out, so we had a peek inside for about half an hour. I even got some great photos until I heard a guard admonishing another tourist for doing the same thing and realised I wasn't allowed to. Whoops!
Michael suggested checking out the London Eye so we walked across the bridge and enjoyed the views of the British Parliament from the other bank. The guys then needed ...
... use the English system. Why does everyone insist on making life so confusing? Anyway, a quick snack in a park and we were on our way again. Another great building in London, the cathedral is situated right in the middle of a busy street with modern buildings all around. I didn't know what to expect, but I was satisfied with just seeing the outside. Kristi had some other plans, as I'd find out soon enough. The entryway is two gigantic wooden doors set at the top of ...
... to the Contact Improv jam at Yoga East a third story studio in a church that has cathedral ceilings and big windows that have the trees peaking into and the clouds passing through. A very light and welcoming space. This jam they were using aikido mats on the ground and had an accomplished cellist playing for three full hours. What a treat! There were about 30 dancers, which was a good size for the room and most were jamming the majority of the time. We were ...