Europe 2010: Day 8 – Paris

Day 8: Paris We woke up earlier, packed and took a cab to St. Pancras to catch catch the train. 2.5 hours later, we arrived in Nord train station in Paris. Suzanne grabbed a few maps at the station while I lined up in the longest line for taxi cabs I’ve ever seen. Seemed like […]

Europe 2010: Day 7 – Last Day in London

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 […]

Europe 2010: Day 6 – London

Day 6: London We bid Bath goodbye and headed back to Paddington Station in London. We hailed a taxi cab to take us to the train station. At the last minute, I asked the driver to take a detour to The Royal Crescent. I was hoping to make the trip there early in the morning, […]

Europe 2010: Day 3 – Bath

Day 3: Bath This morning, we boarded the train out of Pandington Station in London, enroute to Bath for a 3 night stay. Bath is an ancient city where there are Roman ruins. The place came highly recommended from Suzanne’s coworkers. The Padington station was huge and crowded. While lining (or queued up as the […]

Europe 2010: Day 2

Day 2: Victoria & Albert Museum, London Bike Tour After a light breakfast, we started the morning with the visit to Victoria & Albert Museum. The collections in this museum were enormous and extremely impressive. We snapped a lot of shots of the items. Highlights included a large collection of Asian arts, color stained glasses, […]

Europe 2010: Day 1 – Kensington

2 airline meals, countless drinks and 10 hours later, Suzanne & I landed in Heathrow. It was 8AM London time (midnight Californian time), the next day. The 10 hour “red-eye” flight would hardly been tolerable had it not been for season 1 of Big Bang Theory. At least it was a direct flight. We hailed […]

Europe 2010

This year, Suzanne and I decided to take a trip to England and France as a way to celebrate our 10th year anniversary. I decided to blog a bit of our experiences as we travel. Since I will only blog as time permits and the fact that internet access might be limited in the country […]