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... all about it on my iPad - they had free Wifi. A Eureka moment for me as I am sure it was the St Brides that Ggggrandfather knew . So I will be off to Camberwell soon. I have been intending to visit Mauku so now it is on the definite list. Also I came across the International Headquarters of the Salvation Army and they saiid - a cup of coffee free- so in I went and introduced myself . I was ...
We've become seasoned London Tubers. That's pretty good. Since it not only saves us money, but time as well. Everything is accessible here in London and abroad by tube or train. The only issue is to circumnavigate the millions of lines, the route as well as the direction. Google has been a great help. I've just typed in the destination and the app plots out the route and even gives the trains and departure points. So today was devoted to view ...
Today was a big day. Not to mention the hottest day in London on record. So that was fun! My first sight seeing stop of the day was the Tower of London. I had heard the best thing to do when visiting the tower was to get a beefeater tour. So I found the meeting spot in the moat and waited in the shade while the crowd gathered. A burly man in a heavy red uniform appeared not long after and told us to pretend we are English and take it (it ...
... a tall building (Heron Tower - Sushi Samba)
- Covent Garden & Piccadilly Circus walkabouts
- Columbia Road Flower Markets - gorgeous bunches for next to nothing!
Foodie Delights:- Hotdogs and hot chips on the Thames
- Pie, gravy & mushy peas
- Mixed grill at Tayeb’s
- Snacks at the famous Borough Markets
- Pub lunch & dinner (multiple)
- Brunch at Andina - ...
Today I came across a great article titled "15 Unique things to do in London (that you won't find on Trip Advisor)". I've read loads of these before, but this one was really good!
Since I moved to London all I wanted to do was get above the city and have a 'birds eye' view over the city. To feel like I could breathe I guess, get above the craziness for a minute. It's something I've always I've been able to do at home. I think it ...