The Ivy House Hotel
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Due to the visa process with going to Russia, we ended up with only 1 and a half days in London.
We stayed at an airbnb place that was more like a hostel right next to Kings Cross station. The first afternoon was spent relaxing as we had hardly slept in Iceland.
The next day was time to explore! We walked past Horseguards Parade and Trafalgar Square and then took a boat ...
... some ice cream, water and of course free wifi. I then decided to make the trek through Kensington Gardens and across into Hyde park. With plenty of energy (somehow) left I continued the length of Hyde Park to the Wellington Arch. With plenty of sunlight left and some time to kill before meeting Mam for dinner I continued onward to Buckingham Palace and then made the long journey back. All up a solid but beautiful 9km walk to start my London visit. I got back to the hostel, cleaned ...
... day, and the park in particular was very nice.
Tonight we went out to dinner and saw the Book of Mormon at the Pince of Wales Theatre. The play was FANTASTIC and hilarious. It is very much unlike any other musical out there.
Overall it was a great weekend, and left me thoroughly exhausted. You really do need a lot of time in London in order to get things done, because there are still a number of things on my to do list. I guess this isn't the last time I will be visiting
I then went home and put all my stuff on the bench. I had carrots, tomatoes, lettuce, mushrooms, eggs, fresh milk, apricots, lychees, raspberries, strawberries, blueberries, and a nice homemade cheese.
Turns out I basically got what I needed for a quiche apart from pastry. So I ran and got pastry.
And after one hour and ...
After a few emotional goodbyes to everyone, the bus to London Heathrow felt as though it was taking forever; checking google maps for our whereabouts every ten minutes probably didn't help speed the process along! Finally arrived at Terminal 4, check in was more straight forward than usual all though no windows seats left - Scott was gutted; like a little kid. haha! The lady a check in had a proposition for us though, they had filled the plane to it's full ...