The Fox & Goose Hotel
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... and I was advised by the
reception of many attractions, that were walking distance. The polite lady
named 'Candy' handed me a map and drew a recommended place to visit...
Taking the only opportunity I had for the day, I took a short 20 minute walk
down down to the palace. I had not booked ...
... would all just eat there. I repeated my previous advice, and then left them to their own devices.
We made it to Wellington Arch with no problems, and when we arrived we were immediately informed by Anne and Lottie that Prince William has just driven by. Apparently we missed him by about 10 seconds. Damn! It made for an interesting story while everyone was standing around waiting for the classes to depart. Joe was put in charge of ...
Greer, Cat, Greer's mates and I met up in Shepherds Bush to see the Naked and Famous (you would think I was all banded out but clearly not..)
First we went to Wahaca for dinner and drinks and then went into the Empire for the concert.
My friend sadly got us seated tickets (I know.. what?) but I managed to ditch the rest of the seated ...
... we had our international SIMs activated before we left" and tried to ring & txt him, but he didn't answer. When I found him finally, he'd left his phone in the hotel room! We then walked up to Piccadilly Circus for the mandatory photo and back via the usual souvenir shops. Only had to ask directions twice ;) Kevin videoed the Swiss monument which plays bells and the figures go around and others appear from the centre, every hour on the hour. Luckily not through ...
... finished by sharing a plate of poffertjes in the rain. It was very crowded, but very enjoyable. I loved it.
Paddy and I were going into the London Eye, but it was overcast and raining lightly, so the three boys bought themselves some cakes and we came home and relaxed.
We love London. It feels so familiar and comfortable, easy to get around in, and great food, even at the supermarket.