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... July, so we can see more then.
And we found out our beloved Mrs. Beasley doll (AKA Anne Holderread from Seattle) was visiting her friend Darren. We met up with them on her birthday and had dinner and drinks. It's always fun to run into someone you know in another country.
Our first night in town, we stopped in the Imperial War Museum, which was right near our place. We had an hour and a half before it closed and we thought ...
Again we had ambitions of getting up early and getting into central London… and again we failed. After an even later start of around 11:30 we made our way to the tube and headed North. We first got off the tube and kinda just started walking with the masses and found ourselves in Trafalgar Square. Definitely a cool spot with a lot of architecture and history. We then caught a glimpse of Big Ben and started fighting the mass of people on the street ...
... with waffles, roasted beetroot, artichoke ravioli, roast chicken and other items that we ordered. And let me tell you....that chicken deserves a bit of a sidebar.....that truffley, buttery deliciousness and accompanying fingerling potatoes......the leftovers of which made a late night appearance.....was presented to us in its whole form before being whisked away to be carved, gave Gordon Hamersley's chicken a run for its money, and was inhaled by all 4 ...
It is really concerning that I have been here coming up for 4 days and have not been able to fit in a shop yet! Maybe today? I set off on a big walk to head down to the Thames and across the river to the London Bridge area near the Shard. Went to visit the Old Operating Theatre Museum which is located near St. Thomas' This is housed in the garret of St. Thomas' church and you have to climb up a very narrow wooden spiral staircase to get to it. ...
... was another 2 hours to our hotel, because of the fab London traffic lol. We arrived at the hotel the tour finished at (we are staying 1 night only as it was too expensive, but a nice area) and said our goodbyes to everyone and checked into our room. We got an upgrade I think, cos our room was huge...even had a 3 seater sofa, queen bed and a extra single bed. Bit more of an upgrade from some of the hotels on tour lol. Only downside was they had no aircon, and as ...