Holiday Inn London - Elstree
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... so massive.
The children loved catching a double decker red bus, front seat, although there some worry of a tree taking the top of the bus off, where we were sitting.
We had seen this on the news the day before.
Note - don't watch the English news when the kids can understand all the negative news items, they will worry too much.
We caught it into Covent Garden and walked around ...
... too ugly to be famous), walked across the London Tower Bridge, toured the [Resurrected] Shakespeare Globe theatre, visited Big Ben/ House of Parliament, Trafalgar Square (absolutely loaded with people), Leicester Square (the winter carnival for Christmas is still running), and hit up the China Town area (which is predictably similar to China Towns in all urban areas).
Mostly, again, I just ...
... with the Police Box on Earl's Court and then just kinda hung out under the Tower Bridge... And gave up my no eating plan because I was already starving.. I'll get the money somewhere ;)
Highlight of the day? Camden town! I could live there :3
The plan was to check out the concert venue for tomorrow and take some cool pictures. I got no pictures because it was raining... and I ...
... tube and busses here and I'd love to learn more about it.
By then, it was early afternoon already, and I stopped for lunch at a place I later found out was a Michelin-starred restaurant. It was a Peruvian place called Lima London and it came up several times in my research. Not only was the place delicious, but it also provided a reprieve from the hoards of people I'd been encountering all morning. Lima London was off the tourist path, hidden behind the British ...
... br> rose to citrus.
After all the walking about we had a pub
dinner and were introduced to mushy peas, which are quite tasty if you forget
that they were once peas.
Monday 15 September Walking Day
We decided to see how we could get around
without using the underground, so we walked through a different part of Kensington ...