Travel Blogs from London
... good food - again the choice is unreal. We've been past New Zealand house, seen the big lion statue outside Buckingham Palace that was a gift from NZ, been to M&M world in Leicester Square - CRAZY! and crazy expensive - amazing what is possible with a 'brand', had to go though. Piccadilly Circus, Trafalgar Square, it's all happening. Head back by foot to Leicester Square to meet the boys then off to Ambasssador Theatre, this cute quaint old little theatre to ...
Day two was a bit more slower pace than our full day one for sure.
Our bodies must have been completely spent because they insisted on us sleeping until 11:45 AM the next day. We woke up feeling it was much earlier and dumbfounded that we slept so long. We didn't linger too long on being disappointed it was so far into the day already and jumped into the shower and headed for the underground.
Taking a ...
... Wimbledon! Everything that is tennis! Is WIMBLEDON. We were very lucky to live only 5 minutes walk from Wimbledon Park, so for the 2 weeks that the tennis was on we were able to experience the people and atmosphere that comes with Wimbledon. We could even here the crowd cheering when outside! Hundreds of people would camp out every night to get tickets to next days play and thousands would line up the morning of. Such an impressive place with every flower, ...
... br> Transfargastaran, central Romania
French Alps edge it due to quality of road surface and variety of routes. Transfargastaran was amazing but not that long and surface was poor in places which meant you couldn't fully enjoy it.
Award - Best Meal (place)
Budapest edges it as I love ...
... I'm not about this life!!! " (For the grandparent set, translation: "I'm not at this moment, or perhaps at any moment, particularly enjoying this activity.") Out of respect for French culture, and only for that reason--of course--we shush her! The 360 views fr the basilica dome are fantastic, and we spend much time from our perch pointing out to one another our grand knowledge of all things Paris
The calculator, Mike, tallies that we stepped over 1000 stairs ...