Stylotel [Review]

I walked a lot in London. I also purchased an Oyster (tube) pass which turned out to be very practical. I used the tube a lot, and I learned how to make changeovers confidently. I was before long able to competently give tube directions when asked, and I was even mistaken (in Paddington, a busy tourist area) for someone who lives there. At times I accidentally came across some of the usual tourist spots.

Some of the places and spots I saw included: Piccadilly Circus, Portobello Road/Market, Notting Hill, Oxford Circus, Bond Street, Chancery Lane, Charing Cross, The Strand, Victoria, Westminster (including Westminster Abbey where the bells were just constantly ringing), Green Park, Buckingham Palace, Liverpool Street, Vauxhall, and I walked along the Thames. I have probably forgotten some. While walking in the direction of an arrow that had pointed to Chelsea, I wound up at the Tate art gallery, where I found Hope.

I especially liked Piccadilly Circus.

I did go for fish n' chips in a pub, but had wine rather than beer.

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