Marriott Executive Apartments London, West India Quay
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... afterwards anyway. Kids these days.....
We wanted to wing it on seeing a play. We thought about seeing some of the many advertised plays in the tube station escalators. Most are in the theater district in the West End. But we were living right near the oldest continuous theater in London, the Old Vic. Until recently, the artistic director was the American actor Kevin Spacey. We stopped in and they said the play "Tree" was sold ...
... we were going for) we ended up at the bar at the Cumberland Hotel a few blocks away where we sipped on bourbon, whiskey, gin & tonics and wine. At this point in the evening my friend, Jill (little Jill), who lives in London and that I know through my friend, Scott, met up with us and fit right into the group seamlessly as I knew she would. I had just seen her in her visit to Boston in the past few weeks but was great to chill and relax and introduce ...
Blimey it's official, we are really here in London (just practising the lingo). Our trip started wonderfully after being given extra special treatment from a very attentive flight steward who went out of her way to spoil us. We sat in the exit row seats (highly recommend for those of us who can't afford to fly business class) which gave us extra leg room and no one sitting next to us. A glass of champagne was given to us both and from this moment I was well and truly in holiday ...
... restaurants which is now open in London). We strolled around Picadilly Circus and made the first of many trips to the Cath Kidston store for some lovely handbags and accessories.
Our first full day in London was a lovely warm day and we headed straight to Buckingham Palace for the Changing of the Guard. Along with half the planet we pushed our way up to the fence for a good look and a few photos. Then it was off to Westminister Abbey to join ...
... which I was really excited about. We got to the theatre by train and when we got there it was buzzing with people eager to see the show. It started and from the first second I was blown away by how amazing it was. The costumes were beautiful and the music was just so catchy. When it finished my hands hurt from clapping so much it was that good. I love going to stage shows and I have been to a few but this was the best one I've ...