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This is a hotel close by to Paddington Station, small eating places and very good for transport
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Megabus to London. I love the megabus, it's actually silent and I sleep every time. On leaving the bus I see a colleague getting off. Small world. The hostel Bev has booked is off Canada Water, I'm a little bit excited that I can use my co tactless card to use the tube it makes me feel cool. I am as always defeated by the tube, seriously how can I get around the world and yet the tube eludes me every single time. I recover from my mistakes and find ...
... time here (3 1/2 days) to see all we should. We're just hitting a few of those bucket list sights, especially ones we missed on our last visit 21 years ago. More later, after we've run ourselves ragged today....
[Written Thursday morning.] It's Thursday morning. We're watching the morning news on BBC. The Tube strike is in full swing. The unions had a similar one-day strike four weeks ago. Londoners know what to expect, but thousands ...
... 24/7. My final show for the holiday was American Buffalo at the Wyndham Theatre. The play is by David Mamet and there are only three characters who are all small time hustlers/crooks. Damien Lewis and John Goodman played two of the characters. All three actors were very good. I expected the play to be heavy (Mamet is known for his strong language and masculine characters) but it was actually very funny. Another amazing night at the theatre. Last day ...
... to try and see a Jackson Pollock painting, but unfortunately none were on display. I did see lots of other interesting and slightly disturbing art works though, and of course an obligatory Picasso. My favourite pieces from the day have been attached in photo form for you to peruse. Another very interesting piece of art which doesn't translate so well into pictures was the experience of walking into a completely black room with some eerie atonal music playing ...
London, England - might be our favorite city of all time so far! Kev and I both said we could see living there at some point!
If you thought New York had a lot of people, London has a zillion. We got in Friday afternoon and immediately headed down to Regent Street which is the major shopping street full of the largest stores you have ever seen! People were everywhere at 2pm; we kept wondering why no one ...