I’ve been in London for some 600 or so days now and although I claim I am fully integrated, the tourist in me does come out once in a while and demands to be taken out to do something. You’d think by now that I’ve seen it all, but whenever I look at must do’s online or those rare times I look at a magazine or a real printed publication, I am failing big time.
Never Have I Ever …
Been to Cyber Dog in Camden. Is it wrong that I’m kinda scared?
Had a high tea or an afternoon tea – although this will change next month…
Seen the Changing of the Guard. What is the fuss about it anyway? Is it all those hats? Please help!
Strolled around The Kew Gardens, this place is a mystery to me. And the things is that I would love to go there, but on a short weekend it just seems so far away from where I live. I can’t be arsed to put on a bra and comb my hair and go all the way there.
Walked into Harrods … I just don’t see the appeal to go somewhere where I probably only can buy a key chain. Would they even let an Eastern European into Knightsbridge, let alone the shop itself??
Eaten fish and chips, but I have tested the water, or should I say gravy, with chips and I’m lovin’ it.
Been to attractions like Madame Tussauds, London Dungeon, or Aquarium.
Seen the cellars and crown jewels at The Tower of London. It’s my favourite building on the sky line, but I can’t be bothered with queues. Or spending more money to get a ‘beat the queue’ pass. I guess I think I saw it in Sherlock so that’s ok then.
Seen Westminster Abbey from the inside and I don’t really plan on it. I’ve been to St Pauls and I’m certain nothing can beat that.
Crossed the road at Abbey Road … I just haven’t come across it yet..
Am I missing out on any of the above?