Travel Blogs from London
... snack and I've already figured out how to get them shipped to me in the US so I won't have to live without them.
Somewhere along the way I discovered Deliverance UK. It's this phenomenal delivery service here that prepares foods from around the world and then delivers them to you wrapped in adorable packaging.
I pored over the extensive menu before deciding on wonton soup and crispy duck wraps with scallions, cucumber, and dee-lish-us plum ...
... Potter Sound Stages, T-Shirts, etc. about $1000.
... stopped to see the Cathedral in Salsbury. Tonight we're in Bath--great dinner. Food has been very good so far! I'm back early to wash my hair & feel human again. Tomorrow a tour of the Roman bathes and other great sites. Lovely old city with wonderful church bells chiming in the background.
I hope all is well, off to bed early tonight.
... Twice they were successful in getting the operator to toot the train whistle. Very funny antics immediately ensued thereafter. And, lastly, on the final run tonight, Garrett, Jeannine and I were talking. We only needed to go about 4 stops - pretty quick. Suddenly we heard Nathan saying with a raised voice, "Come on guys, this is our stop. It's Queensway, you have to get off.". Sure enough he was right and ...
Kirsten had a stretch of days free from work (hurrah!) and so we celebrated by driving to the Cairngorms, a picturesque region of Scotland boasting lochs and mountains, snowy peaks and green surrounds. One day we walked a flat distance of around 13 kilometres around some lochs through ancient Caledonian pine forest – a jaunt for Kirsten, a decent wander for me. The following day, the sky was so clear, Kirsten convinced me to climb up ...