Holiday Inn Brentwood
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... of a box buildings in no way prepared me for seeing this city. The way I kept staring at these buildings I felt like a gawking teenager at an N'SYNC concert back in the days :)! I can't say London was the #1 city on my list, that is reserved for Prague, but it definitely packed a punch and now that I've gone I'm appreciative. Below is a synopsis of what we did and what I saw (don't continue on if your not in for a long haul of reading!) Day 1: Let It Begin A 9 hour flight (with ...
... recommended above) at the Red Lion where Winston Churchill and Charles Dickens once frequented. We had a wonderful dinner with our friend and matchmaker, Mallory. We ate at the Paramount restaurant atop the 32nd floor giving views of the city and a rainbow after the rain that afternoon. Our evening ended with dessert at our hotel with Mallory where she introduced us to the British dessert, sticky toffee.
Day 4 – No More Mummies
11:05am: Enter ...
... which means it wasn't bitter, plus I enjoyed a chocolate croissant. They are my absolute favorite! Actually, I have missed the coffee and chocolate croissants a lot. Something else we have been missing is Peach Iced Tea, so we fixed that today too. We headed out this morning to go to the British museum. It had a lot of great artifacts, but there was almost too much to see and way too many people. so, we decided to only see the ...
... around in groups everywhere, relaxing, playing frisbee, and drinking. We sat in the sun and people watched. From what I've seen, it's so much nicer than New York - cleaner, frequent parks, more relaxed pace. We then took a wrong turn and ended up at Buckingham Palace, and watched the guards march around for a bit. Here, too, the palace is gorgeous and more impressive than I'd imagined. It's also in a beautiful area, with so many parks ...
... history in a way that I can't back home. After many, many (many, many) stairs, we finished our exploration and went to Subway's across the street (yes, we should be more adventurous, but it was there, we were hungry, it was cheap) before traveling back to Primark to grab more blankets. After getting back to the flats, we left our purchases in our rooms before traveling out for groceries, which we found in a Sainsbury Local, which was surprisingly well stocked, around the corner ...