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... figuring out trains and directions.
Scene on one of seven trains I had shoved and hauled my
luggage unto, about halfway through the ordeal:
A homely, pleasant
woman asks “Where are you headed?” “Liverpool…” (Eyebrows raised all around the
car). “You must mean Liverpool Street” “Yeah, that.” “Well love, you are on the
wrong train. You are headed back to the ...
... beautiful grounds (you can camp or “glamp” on site at the castle as well as play 18 holes of golf) we headed back into London to Picadilly Circus to grab dinner and be right in the middle of the action one last time.
We had such a wonderful time in London! We truly only scratched the surface of this amazing city but we now know why it is one of the world’s most popular tourist destinations and one way ...
... great presents for our nieces, just nephews to look after now (so be good, boys!!). For dinner we headed to St Paul's Cathedral to Jamie Oliver's restaurant, iBarbecoa (Brendon wanted to compare it to Rockpool). I think he was a bit disappointed, but we all had a fun time and a great red wine and our view straight out the window was St Paul's. This is kind of my old stomping ground from when I worked in London. It was great to be back in ...
... get a table at a pub for a late lunch after which we wandered back to Oxford street and back on the bus. Hopped off at the Tower of London for our cruise down the Thames to Westminster; interesting seeing the city from a different perspective. We then walked back along Whitehall, past Trafalgar Square and back to our hotel. Phew, what a day!! Dinner at the hotel Carvery and an early ...
... store that he gave a reading and had a book signing when the book was first released; I thought it would be nice to buy his book from there as well.
No matter! Purchases in hand, I made my way to Piccadilly Circus and hopped on a Bakerloo Line train bound for Oxford Circus, then proceeded to get lost in the streets of Marylebone. My first stop was to be the third and final bookstore on my list: Daunt's, a charming booklover's haven where ...