Carlton Mitre Hotel
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... station I wanted to get off, and the next one and finally stopped at the third station. ****. So back on the train in the other direction, I went past those two stations again and arrived back in Tottenham Hale. I gave up and decided I needed data to figure out current best way to my hostel. I followed my organized directions to the phone store near Tottenham Hale and found a SIM card with 2gb for 15 pounds and a phone charger and then stress levels reduced since I now had data ...
... happens, as soon as we were undercover it stopped raining. Happens every time. The views of London were amazing from the Eye despite it being quite dark and gloomy. We all still got some nice photos, and we managed to spot some landmarks.
After that, we walked along the riverfront to St Paul’s Cathedral, then across London Bridge to the other side of the river. We got great photos of the Tower of London ...
Full English breakfast Westminster Abbey Walk to changing of the guards turned into Trooping the Colour. Royal Family drive by Lunch at Victoria pub with hard cider Nap Piccadilly Circus and Trafalgar Square Phantom at Her Majesty's theatre Stand in phantom Fab seats Very small theatre Best performance Standing ovation Crazy Piccadilly Circus. Many celebrations and ...
... br> I ended up down on Carnaby Street, not far from Piccadilly Circus, where I interrupted a film shoot for something I'm still not sure about--a commercial or a TV show or maybe a movie. I was just trying to find a cup of coffee, and went back to Kingly Court where I'd had the best cup of coffee not three weeks ago (that cafe has, mysteriously, shut down since then. Weird.) However, once I realized I was on the middle of ...
... will change for us. This part of the trip was very easy in a list of ways - the countries are English speaking, it was easy to plan and we had visits from our parents that gave us some luxury. Our time in South East Asia will be much less organised, and our recent pastime of impersonating the local accents will become much more controversial. We're really looking forward to it all.
A quick note from Ollie now: The breakdown of our plans, although obviously sad, has meant that ...