Travel Blogs from London
... of the Thames, and past Buckingham Palace, we eventually got off after 2 hours at Piccadilly near Hyde Park where we thought we might grab a bite of lunch at Hard Rock Cafe. A 45 minute wait for a table meant we decided to give it a miss and try our luck in Hyde Park, where we fortunately found a very nice little restaurant. After lunch, the kids found a nearby playground for a bit of free time before we moved on to the Princess ...
... the Museum - had to sit - so had a coffee and my apple (so good). This place is SO massive! Spent several hrs here viviting every exhibit - exhausting. Heading home decided to just hop on a bus, go to the end and return, just for the heck of it and to see some of suburbia while resting my feet - method in my madness. This little venture saw me reach Clapton Pond via Hackney. Passing through some torrential rain, thunder n lightening. I saw on tonight's news that ...
... stands in front of an art exhibition, righteously stroking their chin like they have a ******* CLUE what it means. Just thinking.. 7. Anyone who paints solid squares and gains artistic credibility for it 8. The "man" diagonal from me crossing his legs too effortlessly to have a weiner. 9. People who lock their wi-fi. It's like the modern day front door and every thinks you're an ******* because you metaphorically wouldn't even open for Girl ...
Then it was off to the chocolate festival which was down by the river underneath some tents. We decided it wasn't worth it to buy any since we were going to Belgium but it was sure popular.
Just next to that along the river they had a Christmas market set up and by this point it was just getting dark so we got to see all the pretty lights.
Some were really in the mood for Indian ...
... is better
than hockey (its global popularity, its ability to unite the nations of the
world, the fact that it doesn’t cost $700 to buy pads and skates etc.) For the
purpose of brevity I will leave it at that. A quick side note: I will
henceforth refer to soccer as football, as that is its proper name. If I have
to refer to the other (read inferior)
football, I will call it American Football. Football is always on TV here: in
the common room, at breakfast, ...