London Exploring Day Two
Today we woke up to this kind of a day (see below). Literally could not be more opposite than yesterday.
Blue sky. Sun. and very little wind.
So we began the day thinking we would go to the Tower of London. and we did go the Tower of London, but then we didn't. It cost £21. Each. Forget it. We're poor. It was too sunny to spend the whole day in one dumb fort. So we took pictures of the outside and then proceeded to see as many of the outsides (because the outside doesn't cost money) of epic London buildings as we could. We saw Big Ben, Westminister Abbey, Westminister Palace, St. Pauls Cathedral and the London Eye.
Probably the highlight for me (Josh) was Fabrique. A swedish bakery that served us up a cinnamon bun and pain au chocolate respectively, alongside some tasty swedish coffee roasted by JOHAN & NYSTRÖM. It was worth the haul out to the hood of East London. If anyone would come and visit us, we could buy one of their loaves of bread that cost £10 (about $17.50 CAD) and are the size of a small child. epic.