- The network railcard I bought when Debbie was down is worth every penny. Two returns on the train and hop on/hop off on the buses in London for less than £30 :)
- Check where you're going! Got to the Science Museum to find it closed until 12.30 as they had a special event going on. Saw on the news later it wasn't just anyone it was the Queen!
- We then tried the Natural History Museum. That queue was beyond silly (probably all the other people that didn't want to wait for the Science Museum!)
- So we spun round (literally as they're all within 50 yards of each other) and ended up in the Victoria and Albert Museum, which is a museum for art and design. We choose a few areas we both wanted to see - me wedding dresses and religious art. Him ironwork and Samurai swords! Lovely couple of hours I would definitely go again, not sure Jeff would!
- Found a lovely little Italian deli for lunch.
- Finally went to Harrods to see the window displays. What a total disappointment, 3/4's were blacked out and the remainder had been done up with holographic posters. Like I say, total disappointment.
Saturday, October 25, 2014
Day trip to London
Jeff and I went to London yesterday as he had a day off and Ella has respite till 9pm. In keeping with trying not to let blogging rule my life, here's the bullet points :)