Exhibition Court Hotel 4
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... at least 4 days just so I can fully appreciate that show. War Horse was moving, but I already knew the story so there was nothing to sink in. So I went to see Shakespeare in Love tonight...which is really funny. It's the first non-musical I have seen over here and I was pleasantly surprised. I'm not used to the talking but it was really well staged! I'm so tired now! Lisa ...
... the ferry we got to see all the bridges, Shakespeare's Theatre, buildings and the Eye. After that we headed back to the hotel to check in, shower, change, and head out and go on the London Eye at sunset. We met up with Jimmy and headed to Leicester Square to have dinner in China Town where a drunk guy walked into the restaurant with a boom box on his shoulder and half a bottle of JD. Very ...
... me here in one piece and I got all checked in. Got settled in my room and made plans to meet up with my tour guide, Luke, for a drink on the rooftop bar. There is a pool up there and the view is something a picture just cannot do justice for. Hung out with Luke for a bit until he had to run to another meeting but we made plans to go out on the town later tonight so I'm excited to see more of this ...
... after 1pm. And we were dying of jet lag! So we went back to the hotel for the briefest of 3 hour naps. After we woke up, we went down to the Oxo Tower restaurant. It overlooks the Thames, and St Paul's cathedral. It's so beautiful at night when the whole city is lit up. And the food was amazing! I tried for the first time razor clams, langoustine, and chestnut purée. Delicious! The next morning we went to Harrods. It was amazing! The food hall there is huge and has ...
... to be on my own again.
But London is no city for the silent. Heading down to the tube I noticed an
older lady struggling with her bags. I offered to help and we struck up a
conversation. A native Londoner old enough to remember the Blitz she had quite
a few incredible stories to fill the ten-minute ride. It sounded like she lived
alone and really enjoyed having someone to talk to. She asked me what I thought
of London and I told her it was incredible. She agreed, ...