Travel Blogs from Surbiton
When I had the idea for this blog entry it was originally to help a beginner traveller through the intricate mass of streets, shops, restaurants and monuments of the famed capital of England, London city. However then I realised that the size and magnitude of a metropolis such as London made any tourist, any visitor and perhaps even any local a beginner. Not wanting to attempt to put myself into even an intermediate category with my knowledge of London ...
... we jumped off and decided to look through some shops, not getting very far and we went into Primark where they had heaps of business clothes so I decided to stock up After spending quite a lot of time trying on clothes we went to a few more shops before deciding to head back to the hotel where we had a few drinks. We went up to the room got ready and went to the London eye. We picked up our tickets and joined the line which luckily went quickly we jumped ...
... and illustrate the wonderful possibilites our famous modal verbs offer.
We will update this travel blog regularly with as many photos and information as possible. If any of you have good news, suggestions or just want to say "hi!", please feel free!
In the meantime, three weeks of nerves, frantic cleaning, organising, and packing await us. Let's hope it's all worth it!
Bye for now,
Chris (and Lauren)
... from the Georgian era through to 2000 - cartoons from the 18th century onwards as a form of political commentary - early pioneers of black and white photography - silver galleries displaying ornate silverware for wining and dining (note silly pictures of Des salivating over silver punchbowl and fearlessly sedating silver lions) - a gallery of more than 90 works by Constable and Turner with their emphasis on light and atmosphere, for example they liked a good ...
- Asiana delights with our first fully flat bed flying experience
- Visit to the William Morris Gallery
- Childless 45 yo battles mothers, children and strollers to seek prize for Niece in Hamley's
- Enjoying the long days with it getting light at 4am and not getting dark until 9pm