Travel Blogs from London
... away, but the weather is good and we get to see another part of London. We walk down Oxford Street which rather looks like Toronto with a few older style buildings. This is the shopping mecca for the ordinary people. The rich go to Piccadilly or Harrods. All the stores you could want, with all the people that go with them. There is also a lot of construction to mess stuff up along the way. Oh well, big city, big city problems.
After Pandora, we take the tube (my feet ...
... was on the wrong side of the plane, was a bit disappointing.
Now business going from New York to London. It was pretty sweet, didn't take any pictures myself, I'm sure there are stock ones out there from American Airlines. Having seats that fold flat is simply amazing for sleeping on the plane. I split my plane sleeping between the Seattle-New York and New York-London but man those beds. I was also fed twice, dinner and breakfast. Before we took off I was offered champagne, ...
... baby Leela with Sophie who was so excited about it - Sunday roast in this gastro pub that i saw on the way to the nursery how lucky i was to come to London, to see my family and friends... so much warmth, so much happy feelings, so much familiarity... and the best thing at the moment is that i am back travelling. i have exciting plans for the next few months, i will be back with Viv... it's very uncertain and in some ways a bit scary, but it's so exciting ...
... and an awesome film about a woman who pretended to be a 9/11 survivor and joined the foundation survivors set up to the point that she became President of it. It all ended when everything was exposed by a journalist who wanted to feature a story on her, and after repeated denials for interview, he did some digging and realised she was never associated with 9/11 at all. She made up a dead husband and all. It was just insane. It was called 'the woman who wasn't ...
... and none of my neighbours even looked at me for a chance to say hello, so I don't remember much before arriving at Singapore I think I just sat staring at the tv as I couldn't listen to music that would make me cry or remind me of my life. Dramatic I know. I couldn't read either, couldn't focus on anything. Arriving at Singapore was weird, I was really tired and just wondered round the shops. The second flight was ...
Other places to stay in London
Mayfair/Soho/West End, London | Hotelfrom $223
Covent Garden/Trafalgar Square/Piccadilly, London | Hotelfrom $133
Lancaster Gate, London | Hotelfrom $181
Shadwell, London | Hotelfrom $142