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The final stop on my journey was in
London. It's a great city too, but quite expensive. A beer cost
about 6 US dollars! Here are various sites including Trafalgar Square,
some Museum, the St. Paul Cathedral, some bridge, the London Dungeon, Parliament
(Funkadelic) and Big Ben, and the Royal Palace. The Queen was having a
garden party that day, but they wouldn't let me in!
All those sites were seen on a really fun
double-decker bus tour. We also did a bunch of shopping too.
Of course, Darren and I checked out the
nightlife. Since it was early in the week, there wasn't too much
craziness. But we chilled in a fun bar called the Noise Bar. Here's
a drink that I learned there called a Noise Pollution:
1/2 oz vodka
1/2 oz gin
1/2 oz rum
1/2 oz tequila
Fill with Red Bull and some Sweet and
Sour and some grenadine.
Top with Midori.
It is really quite splendid! Consider
it a fruity Long Island Ice Tea with Red Bull... At the Noise Bar we
chilled with a Londoner and a South African. That was pretty chill.
Afterwards, we went to an "illegal pub". That was sketchy, but
My final night there, my family and I saw
the play Chicago. It had incredible music and dancing. That night Darren
and I went to a local pub and chilled with people. We ended up taking some
Czech girls back to our room (nothing happened... we just chilled). It's
so fun to hang with people from all over the world! This outing spawned my
idea for a Papa Smurf page similar to the I
Can Eat Glass Project. Stay tuned!
On the way to the airport, I wanted to get a
picture of me walking across Abbey
Road like the Beatles do. Unfortunately, my camera was out of
batteries! Foiled again by technology! Oh well, at least I have the
On the flight home, I saw the most touching movie -- "The
Other Sister". You really must see it; it's incredible!
Well, I hope you enjoyed my photo album. If you have
any questions or suggestions or whatever, email