Millennium Hotel London Mayfair
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Started the day by taking my iPad into one of those one-hour-screen-replacement places. I somehow had managed to smash the screen glass on the flight from China, must have managed tom get it wedged under the plane seat somehow while I was asleep. Anyhow the guy took one look at it and said no, can't fix it, the actual body was bent as well as the glass being broken. Amazingly it was still working!
That meant the only option was to go to ...
... We hopped on the next bus and actually got free hot chocolate before we got on! Shortly after getting on we hopped off to St. Paul's cathedral. It was a bit expensive to go in, so we just ended up walking around outside and taking pictures even though I really wanted to go in. Being the 2nd largest cathedral it was amazing even from the outside. Our next adventure was to tower bridge! We got off the bus early to explore ...
... point. I liked the 2nd pub, was pretty cool. The third pub was the best - a mix of pub, with dance floor. There was a man in the toilet who gave you hand wash and towel and chatted with you. Then he expected a tip. Never seen that before. Sadly we left and ended up at a club, which was all doof doof and too noisy for conversation. Only in the last 10 minutes did I discover there was a pub area downstairs which was much cooler. Then we left and ...
... so I went "eny miny moo".... "3" turned out to be the winner. Must say simm cards are cheap. Now time to find a taxi....and it was simple....and I got a cool driver.
He talked my ear off....and he is a big fan of TopGear....he lives just down the road from the test track....he has met them all and been on show. Too Cool...so he gave me the 411 and a few pointers like to see Leeds Castle as it was on the way to the Chunnel. Its a long taxi ride ...
We then walked back through St James' park over to Downing Street, and then back over to Tower Bridge. We considered a bus tour around London, but made the decision not to, as it was already 8pm and I hadn't slept in about 48 hours. I felt as though Dad had shown me enough of London that we didn't really need the bus anyway. So we headed home, had a late dinner, and at 10pm I finally got some well anticipated ...