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What an awesome weekend! After taking the 7:30am train ride, we arrived 50 minutes later. Like all good tourists, we bought a starbucks and waited for Shana's friend to come and join our sightseeing tour!
So day 1, we started in Covent Gardens, then wandered to Trafalgar Square, onto Big Ben, Westminster Abbey, Buckingham Palace, River Thames and finishing up on the West End to see Phantom of the Opera!! We also stopped at M&M's world - literally ...
... fiance and best friend. The endless talks/emails and planning, counting the days literally and here it is the start of our adventure...
So after a magical Christmas, whirlwind trip to Longleat Centre Parcs (celebrating Barry's 40th!) It's now less than 36 Hours before we go..how am I feeling? Stressed. Sick. Nervous. Excited. Surreal and absolutely buzzing that we are finally going.."not tomorrow ...
... now and we haven't seen her for about 4 years. We have agreed to meet at the Aqua Bar which is on the 31st floor of the 'Shard' building, the Aqua bar had an amazing view of London!! We met up and had one drink there and then headed for a 5 minute walk to a pizza and pasta restaurant on the edge of the Thames. The restaurant had a fantastic view of the Tower Bridge. We had a lovely night, it was great catching up with ...
... shoulder and Tom put his hand on mine and we were led into the restaurant. We were seated next to another young couple, who at the time we assumed were a couple, They were from Ireland and were actually brother and sister. Main came out and I discovered it was a square plate. I automatically adopted the technique of feeling around the plate with my left hand, and scooping the food up with the fork in my right hand. I would sometimes even find myself eating with my left hand ...
... docked canal boats and their interesting names; the beautiful green leaves overhanging the canal and the narrow tunnels.
Once at the market we were busy again sampling food from the different ethnic food stalls and then looking at the jewellery; T shirts; clothes etc that captured the children’s attention.
You can probably see why we’re so behind on our Travel Blog. Most nights we all drop into bed:)
Other places to stay in Saint Albans
Cottonmill Lane, Saint Albans | Hotelfrom $223
- Give this one a miss
Ryder House, Saint Albans | 3 star hotelfrom $189
234 London Road, Saint Albans | 3 star hotelfrom $107
Smug Oak Lane, Saint Albans | Hotelfrom $99
54 Lemsford Road, Saint Albans | 3 star hotelfrom $124
Fishpool Street, Saint Albans | 4 star hotelfrom $233
Hemel Hempstead Road, Saint Albans | Hotelfrom $118