Travelodge London Ilford Gants Hill
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... much dislike it. I walked along the river and saw tons of families and couples and friends. I was expecting to see a lot of people wearing rainbow stuff since it’s pride weekend but there really wasn’t very much of it. I listened to a podcast and walked along the river for a while. The podcast (a TEDtalks one) said that people in their twenties need to figure out what kind of person they want to be and they can’t wait around because they have a lot less time to ...
... I had Bruscetta, Pizza and Panna Cotta. It was an amazing meal. We caught the bus back to the Ritz Hotel and changed buses to the live commentary bus.
It the last 2 days in London, we saw:
Big Ben (Kinda thought it was bigger lol)
The houses of Parliament
Tower of ...
... important to live now to the very fullest. And I tell you what theatre tickets don't make my life the cheapest ever lived. I'm almost stuck between choosing fun now or fun then, even though I want both. Of course. So I may use tomorrow to look into buses, friends and cheap ways of doing everything but the fun. But today I used my tips to go and see Dirty Rotten Scoundrels. With Robert Lindsay. Apparently ...
... the right direction and not possibly ordering offle. The trip from the airport was good. Took an hour but we were too busy looking at the views to notice how long it took. The hotel is literally around the block from Russell square and took us a minute. We are near the university and Hyde park. Excellent location and we will tackle it all tomorrow. We are just at the pub having a few ...
... a few blocks from Piccadilly Circus and loaded up the always useful Ulmon map to get to the hostel. The walk was incredible. The city was beautifully lit up at night, the people spoke English, signs were in English, I felt like I was walking in one of my daydreams. After a short walk we ended up at our hostel just a block away from Piccadilly Circus. It might have been the sketchiest place I could have imagined staying. There was a security guard who ushered us ...