Of all months to be in London, I choose the crazy month of the Royal Wedding. London has always been an area of diversity, excitement, and activity, but this month . . . it’s a bit crazier than normal!
Since I am in Europe right now, the Tribute to Japan series will be put on hold until I return. Meanwhile, since I’m busy here working, I may be posting a little less frequently than normal. I definitely plan on checking out a few Michelin restaurants while I’m here though, so stay tuned!
A few pictures from my last London trip . . .
Gourmet Burger Kitchen – this was where I learned what the term “rocket” is . . . did you know that’s how you say arugula in “British”?
This is apparently where the royal wedding will be. I tried to attend an organ concert the last time I was here but arrived too late to get in. So, instead, I just enjoyed the sunshine and sat outside.
The Tower Bridge is huge, imposing, and fun to walk across! I took a super long multi-hour long walk along the Thames the last time I was there. There’s tons of fun discoveries you make when you just randomly meander along the river. It reminded me of Boston, but much much larger.
Here’s one of the fun discoveries I made while in London. Anyone know what this place is called? (I can’t remember)
Fun food markets!
My company’s offices are not far from Oxford, so I took a little side trip one morning just to check it out. It looks just like what you’d imagine . .
And of course, a visit to England is not complete without a pub!
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