Travel Blogs from London
... a club. There was a live rock band
that kept us dancing until well into the morning.
Though I am hesitant to call it too early, moving to England
really feels like a homecoming for me. As many people have pointed out I am not
the prototypical Canadian. Nowhere is this more manifest than my taste in
sports. Most of you know I am not a hockey fan, but I love football (soccer).
As many of you may know I can go on for a while about ...
... a sign bearing our name so we were quickly whisked from the terminal and into his waiting van for the drive into London and our hotel the Crowne Plaza St James. On arrival we were very impressed with the Crowne Plaza and happily paid for the upgraded room offered as a suite was much better for sharing than the three of us staying in one room.
After quickly checking into our suite and stowing our luggage it was time to explore our new surroundings. ...
What a great day in London. To hit a few highlights: Buckingham palace guard change English muffin sandwich and crumpets Westminster Abby mass Big Ben Double Decker public transit bus Phone booth Piccadilly circus -still not sure if there is a circus there... Harrods The ...
Photo Walks fo London -
I met up with Ian for a photo tour. The goal of which for me was to learn more about my camera and get off the manual settings. And this is exactly what we did. Off of manual from the get, and we were off shooting. Lots of good conversation, great photo tips, all in all a good experience.
After the tour -
I hung around the Tower for a bit and grabbed some "Feed" as Ian called. Then, I ...