Dylan Apartments Earls Court
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The other benefit of planning such a trip meticulously is that if there are no untoward problems of hassles, there will be lesser fights over the logistics and you will be able to get closer to your friends. It must be kept in mind that you cannot please everyone all the time and as such your planning should be done in consultation with your friends regarding the main aspects of the trip.
... has an abundance of culture, foods etc to sample...
a quick tube ride to oxford street and we blend in with the thousands of shoppers,diners taking in the magnificence that is the festive season.. And did I mention" Starbucks " are in abundance! Plenty of gingerbread lattes coming my way..
cant wait to see what she has to show us over the next few days.. Hope she is ready.. We sure ...
... National Gallery. The square was lively with people sitting on the gallery steps or by the fountain, and a street performer was playing bagpipes with a sign that read "saving for an engagement ring" by his money box. From there I went by Covent Garden, where I strolled inside Apple Market - quite nice but not as nice as Borough, and walked by the Royal Opera House and the London Transport Museum. I'll bookmark the Transport museum for another visit - I've been so impressed ...
... well as St Paul's Cathedral. I also visited the Tate Modern, which had some interesting artwork, and also walked by Shakespeare's globe.
My first problem with booking as I went came for the 12th, London seemed to be pretty packed so I ended up getting a hotel which I though was near Cambridge, but ended up being in Peterborough. So the days of London will be a bit split ...
... but once you understand the Tube (yay! Only took a few wrong ones!) and know the neighborhoods (still working on), the city becomes smaller. And the weather has been really nice to us while we have been here so it makes everything MUCH more enjoyable. Memorable quote: A group of architects nominated the Royal Theatre as the ugliest building in London, I say, they got it wrong. It's the ugliest building in the world (all in a great British accent) Tomorrow: Wimbledon and acting like a local! ...