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... height: 25.5599994659424px;">Hyde Park is my place.
So I stayed.
I lay down on the grass, and just looked up.
I thought about the first day.
When a scared, tired, jet-lagged 18 year old lugged a backpack through streets that were unfamiliar.
... London should look up Gingerline. Incredible.
In Short, we went from being hosted by a 19th century explorer, a singaporian street food seller, a masked mute, overbearing step-mother and bi-sexual android in the space of two hours.
The next day was understandably lazy. Cricket and sleep.
For our last day in London we bused into town and got off at an electronic store to look at tablets. Again, no luck. We then do a condensed tour of London including ...
... eat. The fish that came in the entree was huge! I couldn't finish it all. However, it was very tasty! At dinner we sat next to an elderly couple who was from Australia. They were super nice and funny, and we enjoyed getting to talk to them for a few minutes. We always bump into the nicest people when we are traveling!
We headed to the London Eye after dinner. Being from Atlanta, it was neat to see that it is run by Coca-Cola. The London Eye is a huge ferris wheel type ...
... pharmacist originally from New Zealand, who works as a Health Economics Advisor for NICE International. Tommy gave a very interesting presentation about the background of NICE and the importance of health economics for a country with nationalized healthcare. In simple terms, cost effectiveness is key! We thoroughly enjoyed the presentation and were thankful to the NICE organization for speaking with us! In the afternoon, we met with Boots. Yes, you ...
... day, and the park in particular was very nice.
Tonight we went out to dinner and saw the Book of Mormon at the Pince of Wales Theatre. The play was FANTASTIC and hilarious. It is very much unlike any other musical out there.
Overall it was a great weekend, and left me thoroughly exhausted. You really do need a lot of time in London in order to get things done, because there are still a number of things on my to do list. I guess this isn't the last time I will be visiting