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... br> Trafalgar Square
Tower of London
Changing of the Guards
Thames River Cruise
St James Palace
No 10 Dowling St.
We had 7 days of beautiful weather, no rain, and plenty of ...
... decided to grab some dinner. We ended up at a restaurant where I tried haggis for the first time. For those of you who don't know what haggis is, it's sheep's stomach. Now, I know it sounds disgusting, but it was actually really delicious! They chopped it up, mixed it with oats, cooked it in sauce and served it with mashed potatoes. It simply tasted like sausage. After all, I'm sure American sausage has some intestine in it any ways. Sorry if I just ruined ...
... baked raisin buns. So an hour later we shuffle back into the cold, my belly full of coffee and a raisin and cream bun. Its the little things like this that make the whole experience of traveling so amazing and individual for everyone.
We still had some time to kill so we decided to walk to Regents Park, near Euston Station. The day couldn't of been any better, there was a cold bite in the air to start with but it burnt off. The sky turned clear and blue, the sun ...
... received some very interesting looks along the way and some uncertain comments. The waiter didn’t think so though, as he seemed to be very chatty. I probably would have asked for his phone number if I didn’t have a beetroot face!
... We were running on MST (Meredith Standard Time), so things took a little longer than we had expected... We then went for a walk through Greenwich Park. Horrified that they now charge you to see the Prime Meridian, we ensure that Craig got a good view of it...through the gate.
Now, Meri had been going on and on about feeding the squirrels. After finding these practically domesticated squirrels in the park, I ...
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