I've never really visited London but did pop down there a few months back (to visit R.G Lewis, a Leica camera shop) but was surprised at how compact it was (the touristy things I mean). Oh here's Downing Street, then Trafalgar Square, then the Houses of Parliament.
And you could really tell I was bambi when I was swiftly told I was standing on the wrong side of the tube elevators
lol at the elevators!
i used to live in essex and traveled to london every day to go to college. Now that was a commute. Baptium of fire! I was really shocked at how everyone seems to always have somewhere to go and needs to always get there as quickly as possible!
thanks for posting the picture, real flashback of memories!
I quite like the hustle and bustle of London but wouldn't want to live there lol
totally get it Doodles, I live close enough to NYC ,few hours drive, but I prefer the quietness of the country , the laid back way of life...that's why I love the state of Vermont ,a few hrs north of us...just a great place to chill ,would love to live there,that was our plan after graduation ,but no jobs there..guess it's too laid back. Got friends there we go as often as possible and when we hit the Connecticut border coming home, ya can feel the congestion of people and hurry-ness here too.
Do many/any members have tix for the Olympics ? That would be boss !