London City Hotel
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... situated in the apartment. That evening we had dinner at Nando's, a chain restaurant known for their Portuguese style chicken (I got an avocado salad - gave up meat for Lent-kind of) and then went out bar hopping. It was a very successful night as we found an outdoor bar that had long wooden picnic tables and big outdoor heat lamps. We got to chill out, catch up and have a drink outside but under the warmth of the lamp - it was awesome. The next bar we found ...
... to Oxford and I envy those who are able to study there.
Today, I had a list of things I wanted to get done for my last day in London. In order to save time, I'll keep them in the list form.
- Get my picture in a red telephone booth, check.
- See the Rosetta Stone and Easter Island Statue at the British Museum, check.
- Find Pricewaterhouse Coopers in London, check.
- Buy souvenirs, check.
- Go on the London Eye, check. (It was ...
... layers on top, beanies and scarves. We were prepared to take layers off and put back on as we entered and left heated buildings.
First stop was the Natural History Museum in South Kensington. We skipped the long line again by using the side entrance, only had to wait about 10 minutes to get in. There are lots of people around today at the tourist locations. The cold weather is no deterrent. We split up into pairs to look around the Museum and agreed to meet in 1 ...
... right by it when I exited from the station to look for my hotel!! IT WAS RIGHT AT THE EXIT!! Anyway after about a whole minute of freaking out that I had found it, I took a few pictures and made my way towards the Thames River Boat Cruise.
I exited the Underground at the Westminster stop and made my way back above ground, first thing I saw as a exited was probably one of London's most famous landmarks, Big Ben and Westminster Abbey!!! They are even more incredible up ...
... USD for British Sterling three times. I have used up one Oyster week-long card and topped it up for another week. I’ve spoken German to England visitors and residents at least three times. I have answered the questions of fellow U.K. tourists and probably given them decent directions. I have drunk beer at room temperature. And you know what? It’s all been much easier and more fun than I expected.
I have been alone, but I have not ...