I’m not sure what possesses me to think I’m going to blog while on vacation when blogging in the comfort of my own home is nigh on impossible as it is.
This may be a bit of a long post, but the following is the highlight reel of our trip to London, which by the way, was such a good time!
On Friday we headed over to the Borough Market. This place is totally worth a visit if you’re in town. Great to grab a bite to eat (pretty much standing room only) or just shop around for a few yummy tidbits while the locals grocery shop.
Lots of good looking food for sale.
I found some great fish ‘n chips with LOTS of salt and vinegar added.
Joe found a place that had three different giant paella pans going.
He ended up with the curry I believe.
Then it was lots and lots of walking. We did get to see the London Bridge. It was great except that someone parked that great big naval boat over their to the right… I see some picture cropping in my future.
Saturday we woke up late (this was pretty much a theme of the trip) and decided we should head over to the British Museum. Wow! This place would take days to go through so we concentrated on the time pieces
and the Egyptian items.
After that it was time to pick up our Lady GaGa tickets at the music store and then grab some dinner before the show.
mmmmm… street food!
The Lady GaGa show was just fabulous! It was absolutely worth flying to London!
Because we are completely ridiculous we went to Harrods and spent hours browsing this completely oversized, yet fascinating store. You could buy an apple or a writing pen that will set you back 20 grand. Who wouldn’t want to shop at a place like that?
One tip we learned for anyone wanting to spend some time there. Pictures of the store in general are just fine, but don’t even think about taking one of a particular item. Joe tried and was politely yet firmly told it was not acceptable. Ahhh, gots to love the British.
Before we left we did make it to see the changing of the guards (quite by accident). Different than I recall. I thought they wore red.
Took a pleasant walk through St James Park where the crocus’ were just coming up.
And made it over to Trafalgar Square.
That pretty much finishes that up. I feel like their was so much we didn’t get a chance to do. I guess that leaves it open for another visit…
Joe was kind enough to go with me to two knitting stores in London as well, but I want to get some picks of my booty before I blog about that. Oh, and there is such a list of things for me to talk about right now, but I am done!