The Sun Hotel
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... London vibe it was clearly noticeable that London was a true inspiration for the making of films. A highlight was the trip to Platform 9 ¾, where we were able to take memorable photos, running through the wall.
Our next stop was the site used to create the Leaky Cauldron pub, which served as a gateway to the Diagon Alley. After our 3-hour journey ...
... for dinner. After a delicious meal * (and some Foster's =) ) I took a walk down Oxford Street, which is the main shopping district of London, and then to the River Thames as the sun was coming down. *** The scene was absolutely beautiful and I really hope the pictures do it justice! I stopped at a pub in Soho on my way back to the hotel, and when I got back I couldn't believe I only had one more day!
*asterisks signify pictures!*
... and commemorates the Newfoundland soldiers. It is very well managed by young people from Canada. The park has been kept with all the trenches intact - apart from of course they are now lovely green.
Then across to the Canadian War memorial - The Canadian National Vimy Memorial is a memorial site in France dedicated to the memory of Canadian Expeditionary Force members killed during the First World War. This is an absolutely beautiful memorial with statues and a large statue ...
... a session at the ICE BAR in London (Piccadilly Circus) for after my night class. As the day went on, I was getting more and more excited about the ICE BAR. My friends here made my birthday one to remember forever! We were going to go to Honest Burger in Camden but my night class made the timing tricky. We ended up going to the student bar for dinner and a nice pint and burger. The bartender heard it was my birthday and gave me a free drink which ...
So as I alluded to in my previous post... London was due to have a 'big storm' starting on Sunday night and lasting through Monday and to be honest I did wake up in the night to winds shaking the windows and rattling the trees in the park (I hope the poor squirrels were in hibernation mode..) but seriously.. the impacts of the storm were ridiculous. All overground trains were cancelled until 10am, there were major delays on the tube lines and naturally the buses were overpacked ...