Taj 51 Buckingham Gate Suites And Residences
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... lol. After I talked him out of spending hundreds of dollars, we purchased our souvenirs, then made our way back to The Underground.
We stopped at Victoria Station and saw Buckingham Palace. The sun had set at this point so it was fun to see London at night. It started to rain while we were there (shocking, I know) so we headed back to the station for one more stop back to where we started at Big Ben. We got some great night shots in the rain of ...
... timetables for British Rail, then back down to Buck Palace at 10 where I was early enough to find a spot right near the main gate. The crowd grew until 11.30, pressing right up to the fence, squashing me against it! Unfortunately, I was facing right into the sun so no photos.
From there I walked back past the hotel, had a sandwich and coffee for lunch, then went and sat in the sun in Parliament Square in front of the Houses, reading "A Short History of England" until ...
... Tables" in my head all day before the flight. I opted for Noah which was a huge mistake IF I planned on staying awake. Instead if put me into a deep sleep an hour into it. I wish I would have went with Captain Phillips instead. Alright, the stewardess' said we have an hour left and are serving coffee now. A great start to my day was to hear, "We have hot muffin tops." (All of you won't get that ...
There are days where you discover new places, and they are always awesome. But sometimes they are even more awesome when your Original London Friend joins you.
Today Lydia and I decided to go to Kingston...mainly to see some Red Phone Boxes that had been "knocked over". Neither of us had been out ...
... on foot) Wandering through Old town Edinburgh and New Town Edinburgh venturing to Edinburgh's famous castle and exploring the "Royal Mile". No adventure is complete without an 'afternoon tea' of some sort, so on our last day in Edinburgh we decided to try an "Afternoon Tea with a twist!" We weren't exactly sure what we were in for but when our waitress brought out the stand of goodies- no menu and 1 important word of advice: 1. If it looks like a sweet ...