Woo, had one day (actually one and a half ;-) in London. I had a perfect guide, who could walk fast and show whole center on foot in single afternoon. Of course, Trafalgar square was a must for me (as I’ve read about it in detail more than ten years ago).
Besides riding double-deckers, we did take a tube, where steep and long spiral staircases are common, if you want to get out. And right, you don’t have to forget you’re in London – taking a minor tube journey may surprise you with heavy shower, though before that you could not see clouds :) Here, we went to British Museum, it’s all wet:
I always try to get emergency exit seats (not because I’m afraid, though), so every time I have to hear what should I do in case of disaster. This time it was funny:
- Steward: Please follow instructions how to open emergency door in case of disaster
- Me: Oh sure, if windows doesn’t fall off first
- Steward: ?????
- I gently touch the decoration frame around the window and it falls off. Window stays intact.
- Steward: ?!!!?!!!!?
- Me: :-D