Originally Posted by T-nex
That's ok. You can now join the club with us un-cool nerds
We have plenty of bins for throwing away sun-glasses.
Nuh uh! You're cool now, T-Nex! You're not one of us anymore *shuns*
Originally Posted by Alcar
Did you end up walking around London for three hours looking for a vegan establishment as well?
Actually we spent an hour in a cyber-cafe looking for a vegan establishment.
The weekend played out like this:
Dripik arrived in London on Friday morning. I got in on Friday afternoon and we met and got to know each other. Then I went off to the house of my sister where I was staying. Dripik went and met the other two as they arrived in London that evening and I guess they went and did stuff.
On Saturday morning we got together and went to the Imperial War Museum. Then we went in search of a vegan eating establishment that Wil knew of and found it closed, so we bought some questionably vegan sandwiches from the Tesco across the road. We went and found a quite park bench off of the beaten track to dine.
Then we headed to the National Gallery and looked at National Pictures for a National Hour or two before National Hobo had to leave, so we left the National Gallery, said our goodbyes and waved him off. Wil, Dripik and I then headed to a cybercafe and Wil spent an hour looking for vegan establishments in London. When our time ran out we'd failed to reach a satisfactory conclusion (I must admit I wasn't that helpful in that particular process) so we decided to go to Pizza Express since it did vegan pizza. But first we went to Convent Garden and watched a guy juggle swords on a tightrope on one leg.
Then we went to Pizza Express, ate Pizza and went off to St James's Park and watched some swans have a battle. Then we went to a small London drinking establishment, drank some drinks, and finally I left to go back to my sister's. Wil and Dripik did some stuff on Sunday which I'm sure they will tell you all about.