March 10th: London

Failing miserably to get out before the changing of the guard, we head out west a block and Seth asks a fellow where we can get some breakfast. “My pub” is the reply, so I found myself enjoying eggs, sausage, and black pudding (not anywhere as bad as I feared) at O’Neill’s Pub. Afterwards, we trek back to Big Ben, now taking a left and crossing the Thames. We walk along the South Bank to the Tower Bridge, stopping at a book market under the Waterloo Bridge. We double back in order to cross the Millennium Bridge, to arrive at St. Paul’s Cathedral. We look around inside, then go through Chinatown, where I had some dim sum and amazing roast duck. We end the day at Shakespeare’s Head Pub, sampling more pints.

[Originally published at GoHither.Net]