I spent the first days of September in London, England. This trip was a gift for someone who has never been there before. That’s why – for the first time in years – I saw some of the touristy spots again. Usually I try to avoid such places. However, I’ve had an awesome time with a lot of walking, and a lot of attractions. Here are some first impressions of the city trip…
During these few days I’ve walked at least 40 miles (about 64 kilometers). I’ve been to most typical sightseeing spots, took the Emirates cable car, went to Elvis at the o2 Exhibition and Madame Tussauds London (thanks to both for having me!), experienced the Nissan Innovation Station and The Crystal, took the ferry at Canary Wharf, walked the Thames Path National Trail for hours, saw the Lion King Musical, visited platform 9 3/4, laughed a lot, and slept too little…
I ate an awesome burger, a fantastic pancake, lots of sushi, and a great crêpes. I unfortunately did not make it to the Highgate Cemetery, which I will visit during my next stay in London. I also did not see The Book of Mormon, a musical I would love to see, as it was recommended to me several times. Also I saved the Peter Pan statue for my next visit.
Although I did not make any travel plans, I guess I might be in London again this year. If so, I would like to see at least two musicals, and visit several other places in Greater London. If you are interested in joining me during my trips, follow me on Instagram.
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