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November was pretty low key, a good thing given how unprepared I was dor December. I took to the streets most weekends exploring the array of amazing markets and street art that makes East London so amazing to live in. There is always something going on and another café/restaurant/bar I see that I want to go to (once I actually earn Pounds).
I also took the chance to go and see the stage show Wicked, everyone has to see at least one in London. Given that I saw ...
... which is an amusement park. SO much fun haha!. They had like 6 Rollercoasters and we ended up hitting them all. It was a pretty epic day, ended off with a pint of Guiness and some Bangers and Mash. Life is good haha.
Anyways just a brief sampling, off to grab another phone today and head to the war musuem and many other adventures :)
Oh and by the way boys, in case you were wondering there are 46 exclamation marks in this post haha
... but also the sites where drunken lads were loaded onto ships to serve in the Royal Navy or Commercial ships that needed seamen.
The development along the river front is quite amazing....old warehouse transformed into modern
housing and commercial sites..all very,very expensive.
We arrived at Greenwich, just in time ...
... in-law he loathed, and the grandeur of Hampton Court slowly faded away to ultimately become a tourist attraction, bringing millions of people tramping through William's hallowed private rooms ever since. Poor *******'s probably turning in his grave!
Our tour completed we head back to the train station, making our ride back to London with seconds to spare. It's late afternoon and we have an hour to kill before we head to the cinema so a quick nip into Soho House ...
... to our dinner place. (Don't remember the name) It was classy, dark, and played 80s music loud enough to have a dance party in our seats. They served us sausage & potatoes with gravy (bangers and mash). Delish! Desser was brownie alamode. Delish!
We then headed back to our hotel and got ready for bed. It had been a long eventful day and tomorrow will be just as eventful. Jessie