Menzies Prince Regent
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... our form in the box and left. We were shown up and shown down the stairs. All very official.
I went up with a couple who were very serious about the matter. The gentleman even interrupted my conversation with the lady to discuss the positioning of candidates.
I was just excited to be there. The Labour Party were the only ones who had dropped off their 'how to vote' cards. I guess there's something to be said for organisation.
Bucket list: vote while overseas - ...
... we'd see cars such as Lamborghinis, Ferraris, Bentley's, etc... Later, we briefly went on a Harry Potter experience tour. It was neat because we stood at some sights were the cast actually stood! A couple hours later, we came back and went to a nearby restaurant where we watched the Man City and Arsenal game. Today was pretty chill, but overall a good time. London was so fun and I'm glad I got to experience such an incredible ...
... Cathedral, stopping to check out Somerset House on the way (found an outdoor ice-skating rink, and Fortnum & Mason pop up shop inside Somerset House). Needed a coffee and pastry stop and then happily walked on to St Paul's. Beautiful. Amazing. Lit a candle and left an intention card for Dad/Poppa, then headed off for The Tate Modern Gallery (confirming there isn't an art appreciator amongst us). Forgot to mention the ...
... I looked for the global entry area. There was another lady in front of me, who clued me in on just what to do. Within seconds, The Global Entry machine spit out a piece of paper, and I was on my way. I by-passed immigration, where the rest of all the British air flight was waiting in zig-zag lines, for entry. I proceeded down to baggage claim. My luggage was the first up. I loaded my cart and preceded to the signed "Global Entry". I walked right up to ...
... so ultimately tragic in general. After we came back up to street level, we rounded to the front side of the parliamentary buildings, and walked past Downing Street. I'm not entirely sure how this can still be called a street to be honest - the whole front is barricaded up like its Fort Knox, not even a mouse could get in there. It was a bit of a 'down'er! I wasn't down for long though, because shortly after, outside of the House Guards Parade area, Dad stepped in ...