Travel Blogs from London
So after a long 9.5 hour flight, we have arrived in jolly
ol’ England. We loved flying with Virgin
Atlantic. They do a lot of little things
that we appreciated. They gave us 2
decent meals (including dessert and a cocktail). As we entered Canadian air space, we entered
at least 2 hours of significant turbulence.
... is pretty good, but nothing to go home about. After a the tour we went to The Old Monk which is a pub in the center of London. Great place. I got a Beck's beer and some chili. The chili was like most, but with meat instead of beans. After that we went back to the hostel to hang. I then got to meet the other people from my sister's prior night. There is Dean from Australia and Roland from San Fran, California. Again, great guys with lots of humor. ...
... events during the year. Of course today, given the rain, it would be mostly off limits.
From here we walked back to the Royal Mews which is where the Queen's horses, carriages and official vehicles are maintained. The rain tempered our visit here a bit and Garrett was content to stay in the childrens area and color pictures. Nathan and I did most of the audio tour here and we did see a couple horses in ...
Food and Drink Menu
Silver Cross Pub, durng the first bike tour, bartender was Eastern European
- Z had a Foster's
· P had a John Smith cask ale
· M and C had Pepsi’s
Second unknown pub
· Z had a Kronenborg 1664
· P had an Old Speckled Hen ...
... much for Italy being the pasta capital of the world. How hard is it to our mushrooms, bacon, cheese, chicken, onion and sauce on some fettuccini? - Making a coffee, and my research was done by one of the biggest coffee drinkers I know, Brownless the Cop. This guy enjoys plenty of brews at home but apart from Venice, everywhere has let him down (not mentioning the frothed milk incident). That's it for this Blog guys, thanks again for reading. PS. Even though there is already over 200 photos attached, more will be uploaded as I get my hands on ...