Europe 2010: Day 7 – Last Day in London July 2, 2010 at 11:09 pm

Day 7: London

This was our last day in London, so we decided to hit the well-known touristy places. We took the underground train, got off Charring Cross and headed to Adelphi Theatre to buy tickets to the performance of Love Never Dies (Andrew Lloyd Webber’s new sequel to The Phantom of The Opera). We then strolled the embarkment next to River Thames. We took photos at The London Eye, Big Ben and The Parliament. We took a river cruise heading toward London Bridge, but decided to hop off the next pier because it was too crowded.

We grabbed a quick bite at Leon’s which conveniently situated right across from the theater. I enjoyed the sweet potato falafel but the Moroccan meatballs weren’t good at all. After food, we crossed the street and caught the afternoon show. We quickly found out why we got good deals for row 1 seats. The seats were low relative to the stage, so our views were partially obstructed. But it was good show, not as good as the original though.

Suzanne was exhausted, so we head back to rest. I was planning to head over to snap some night pictures of Tower Bridge in the evening. But a 30 minutes nap turned into 3 hour nap– so we grabbed dinner at Pizza Express and turned in early. London Bridge will have wait for our return.

England was a wonderful visit. The wonderful museums, the rich and old architecture, the multi-day excursion to Bath and Stonehenge were the highlights for me. I’d love to explore northern England in the future. Goodbye England!

Tomorrow, we leave for Paris.

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