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... to go camping tomorrow. #imready
Vienna - And so ends another day in London. It feels like I have been here forever and I never want to leave. Today we got to see the Tower of London. The Crown Jewels were beautiful! We also met two Boy Scouts from Austria so that was a weird coincidence and they actually live fairly close to Vienna. Then we got to go on the Tower Bridge - the view was incredible. After that we headed ...
... to find some lunch. Since neither of us have a data plan we couldn't find the lunch place we had planned to go to and instead found a local pub with flame grilled pizza, which was probably better in the long run.
The day is not yet over but we are exhausted, having walked all over London. This evening we will be meeting up with our tour group and learning what is to come for the full tour which begins tomorrow.
... met up at Piccadilly Circus station.
We had tea and macaroons at a famous parisian store Laduree in Covent Garden.
I ticked off Buckingham Palace from my list of things to do in London. To be honest it was an underwhelming experience. We were too late to see the ...
... the shape of an elephant's head. The elephant was holding a gun in its trunk, and it's ears were made of cutouts of maps, one of South America and one of Africa, which were still attached to the rest of the map by just a thread.
The next morning - my last in London - I rushed out to quickly see the Science Museum for about an hour (which was not great, but then again, I had less than an hour to see it), and then I rushed back to the hostel to pick up my bag, and back ...
... take you all along with me. So, whether you're sitting at your work desk, laying in your bed not wanting to go to class or on an adventure of your own- here is what we did the past few days: On Saturday, I moved from where I was staying in Kensington to my new home in East London, Hoxton Market. East London is quite different from the classic, neat landscape of West London. Hoxton is much more young and artistic. While it still ...