soho | neon underground | piccadilly by night
top hat | merrily we roll along | rock of agestraffic | big ben | embankment
daisies | sunrays | editing
almost ripe | the view from the sofa | 3 for £8
waverley | fishing village | gulls and sea spray
the wake we leave behind | looking down | lobster pots
table number eight | non-landing
Saw three musicals in three days too, that's a new record. It was incredibly hot and humid during the day, which resulted in us choosing the restaurants we went into based on whether or not they had air conditioning (we ended up in Wagamama's, so it wasn't all bad). Walking around the centre was certainly an "experience" - I've been to London in the middle of July before, but it never was quite as busy as this and it sure made it difficult to get anywhere (so many PEOPLE), even just stopping to take the obligatory tourist shot of Big Ben was tricky. But little things like the overflow of tourists are completely overshadowed by just how brilliant the city is.
I went for a cruise on the Waverley, which did drag on a bit to be honest - five hours on a boat packed with tourists did get a little tedious towards the end of the trip. There was a stop off in Brodick on the Isle of Arran, which was a far smaller place than I anticipated - two hours was more than enough to explore the place and have lunch (can all chips be served like that please?).