Travel Blogs from Stevenage
... getting sucked in! So we visited the
Harrod’s gift shop and had a look around before heading back down to the
chocolate room. There were so many gifty things.. I could have bought so much!
But.. restraint served me well again.
We decided to just get a couple things of Harrod’s chocolate
rather than go overboard. Got a tin of coins and a London chocolate bar.
From Harrod’s, we continued along Brompton Road and made our
way to Hyde Park. ...
... New Public Offices, which ended up being a government building
located on the corner of Horse Guards Road and Great George Street, conveniently located
near Parliament Square. These
secret rooms were used around the clock by Winston Churchill, his cabinet, and
officers of the Royal Navy, British Army, and Royal Air Force from August 1939
until the surrender of Japan in August 1945. This is where military strategy
was discussed, where Churchill lived, ...
... wonderful places (even walked past a Thai Massage place and sexy lingerie (think we found the seedy part of town) . . . But we've had a wonderful adventure today. We have to get to sleep early tonight because our tour bus picks us up at 7:30 in the morning to take us to Stonehenge, Bath and Windsor Castle. I sure hope we're not walking as much tomorrow - my poor feet and legs are done in tonight with soreness and blisters.
see you tomorrow - same time, same place. Cheerios!
Today is the first day of my 8 day trip to Europe, it was so exciting to go travelling again.
Colin drove me to the airport where I met Fiona at 11am, as usual we were FAR FAR too early... better be safe than sorry haha. We had to sit about waiting for ages for the desks to open to check in out bags. We were starving but as usual, Heathrow being rubbish there just wasn't any ...
... and I want it right here and right now, in one piece. I'm incredibly ****** off at Iberia, pardon my French, and will never fly with them again, because of this and other experiences. I'd love to know who the jackass is that decided my bag was one of the sacrificial lambs to be kept behind. But I've been given an opportunity to step back and look at things, and look at how people act. A lot of things depend on your outlook, and being positive or negative ...