Hilton London Gatwick Airport
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London, London, what to say about London...well I officially cannot separate the city from 5 blisters, more subway and overground transfers than I can count, approximately 17 miles traveled on foot, and more than one stop-me-dead-in-my-tracks moments. The landscape is unadulterated city scape in every direction, with buildings and cars and people packed in to every square foot in neat little rows and columns; all of which were crafted with such detail. Our common place super ...
... at each other knowing that should that have not happened, when naming his clothing line, Oli Sykes would have been foreshadowing our fates. Drop Dead. I forgot to mention that on our way to Drop Dead, we had to pass through Buckingham Palace, and apparently at 11:40, the changing of the guards happens and crowds gather in their unnecessary masses. Now let me explain, the changing of the guards is an amazing experience to watch, however, it left us ...
Erin and I booked this weekend to London about a month ago and it was only a few days before our departure that I realized that it was the first weekend of our trip. I loved that we were already exploring Europe. We flew into London on an airline called Ryanair and the flight was only about an hour long, which surprised me. After that we took a bus into the city where our hostel was at the South Kensington tube station. At the subway we asked an English guy for ...
... positively memorable. I would have to say that our only complaint was the rate at which money seemingly flew out of our pockets. The city has a worldwide reputation for being one of the most expensive for travelers that we can all now confidently agree with. Looking at numerical value alone, the prices seem right on par with those in America. It's when you realize that the symbol in front of those values is for the British Pound rather than the American Dollar that ...
... from missing home. It's now Sunday night and the next three days dad has bought me a "London Pass" which allows me free travel and free entry into heaps of London attractions. So I'm planning a visit to Shakespeare's globe theatre, tower bridge, Windsor castle, a river cruise, the Tate and other galleries and maybe the London eye. So, I will have an early night and get up tomorrow, feel sorry for all those people returning to work, and wonder ...