Holiday Inn London - Brentford Lock
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... different ways. He also told me about eating sheep stomcach without intending to. It was good conversation, potentially the most intelligent conversation I've had since I started the trip.
Now, I'm sitting in a pub- Waxy O'Connors. The pub is huge and there are all types of nooks and crannies around the three story split level with kitchy decorations and comfy places to sit.
I'm in a corner next ...
... everything except for the venue because I missed it the first time I walked by- it looked just like another shop xD
I was also invited to a party by some random guy- too bad I have a concert that night..
..later today I found out this hostel has a very interesting idea about what "hot shower" means. This was more like... warm-ish rain. But the hostel is really cool (see the pics) ;)
... piqued my curiosity, I would have never gotten to the end of the must-see list before the museum closed. I still did take a detour or two, but managed to cover all the must-see ones after all. The most memorable ones for me were the Rosetta stone, the Oxus treasure of ancient Iran, the samurai armor from medieval Japan, the ivory pendant mask and the Benin plaques from Africa, the Assyrian lion hunt reliefs (these date from the 7th century BC), and the giant horse from ...
... including the beautiful Italian Garden which was a present to Queen Victoria
from Prince Albert.
We then crossed into Hyde Park and looked at some of the memorials there,
including the New Zealand
one, and strolled past the Serpentine, coming out near the Victoria
and Albert Museum. This is another huge
labyrinthine building, with spectacular collections. We looked at the glass ...
... for lunch. We all had the risotto which was really good! After lunch, I walked down Oxford Street (nothing worth worrying about this end of Oxford Street), up Regent Street and then through Carnaby (by far the most interesting). Had a lovely dinner and great catch-up with Ryan and Grace at Dean Street ...