The Stafford London by Kempinski
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... got there and were able to spend time chatting. I was still in a bit of a fog, but I thoroughly enjoyed it. (Plus, my seat had a great view of the streets. Not very exciting, but there was a dip in the pavement right in front of the store, giving me a front-row seat to multiple people's accidental encounter with gravity.)
Next, it was off to a small shop to pick up some cigarettes for Sophie and an energy drink or two for me. This wouldn't ...
... out Bath Abbey and walked the cobbled
streets a little longer. Bath is a cute
town worthy of more time (maybe a full day or two), but it was time to go home.
We took the return train to London and had dinner at the pub
down the street from our temporary home, called The Old White Lion. We scarfed down some AMAZING cheeseburgers
because we were starving after a long train ride home. The French fries tasted like McDonalds’…only
... to take any pictures today.
I started off seeing the tower bridge with the olympic rings on it, it was an awesome experience. Everything is going on in London right now, and I barely hear anyone speak any english. So many different cultures and countries have infiltrated the city and make it unrecognizable. I managed to squeeze into to watch a half-mile stretch of the gold medal race for the women's marathon. Not what I expected, but the London folks were ...
... in the States you would be down to your underwear! Still, they do check under the seat of each capsule after every load of people have departed.
By 11am we were done, so we shot across the road to show Kate Big Ben (well at least the tower) and then headed into Westminster Abbey. The crowds have been surprisingly light and we just went straight in and spent a good 1.5 hours wandering round listening to an excellent ...
... heading to Hyde Park for a wander in that beautiful park! Heaps of people about, lots of tourists and lots of locals jogging or sunning themselves in the very British deck chairs! London has so many lovely parks and gardens and it is a credit to the city that they all kept so beautifully! As we got back to the Palace the crowds had swelled hugely and we got a bit of a vantage point to watch the action, but it was all a long way away and we all got a bit ...
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