How cool, Tower Bridge opened up for us :)
We discovered Temple District and enjoyed the calmness there.
A cup of coffee, London's buses and a bit of people watching before going to the huge Paperchase at Tottenham Court Road.
We spent some time at Tate Modern and visited the Sonia Delaunai exhibition. What a view, right?
At the Globe we watched "As You Like It" and mum and me were both a bit confused. What a strange story.
On our last day we spent some time around Little Venice and took a boat tour from there to Camden Lock via the Regent Canal. We love taking boat tours and I still cannot believe it that it took us this long to take it.
Don't worry guys, I also spent some time in bookstores and bought some things:
The "Mr. Men in London" book is for my little godson Erik while all the others are mine. I love coloring books and this one is amazing. I also needed the little book by Terry Pratchett which is his speech talking about his Alzheimer's disease. I started the forword in the bus on the way to the hotel but stopped before I came to the crying part.
I'm also so happy to finally have a Books Are My Bag bag and I adore the Waterstones bags and I think I get one every year (I have 3 now and love them all).
After 11 years of going to London in the summer I experienced my first tube strike. It was a bit of an inconvenience since some buses didn't even stop because they were so full. In the morning we got up late and had a long breakfast but in the evening we had to wait quite a long time to get a bus back to the hotel. It was an experience but I really don't need to experience again.