London is the capital of England.
Thursday, 6 September 2012
Day two of London and we already had tickets to Buckingham Palace and the Tower of London. But first we went to Hyde Park. It’s huuuge! Back home we wouldn’t even call it a park. We’d call it the woods. I think we spent like two hours in there before ending up at the wrong place and had to walk a bit more before finding the exit at Hyde Park Corner to get to Buckingham Palace.
I didn’t even know Buckingham Palace was open for people until we got to London. But it was soo worth it. It’s amazing on the inside with it’s many rooms, painings, chandelers and amazing interior. Wish I lived there!
Hamburgers for lunch and then off to the Tower of London. Which closed in an hour after we got there, so we didn’t have the time to go inside. Instead we rushed off to the Olympic Park. Apparently some event was starting there at the same time because there were so many people there! We almost got rushed into the building without realising it, so we had to go back and into this shop to get a good view of the massive stadium.
After that – Oxford Street! Shopping, shopping, shopping. I was actually only looking for the HMV (They have k-pop there), but ended up buying some stuff at Primark and H&M too. And I was quite disappointed about the selection at the HMV. Everyone’s been saying they have a lot of k-pop there, but they didn’t have that much. And what they did have came out one-two years ago. But I found the Big Bang live concert from 2011 DVD, so I’m happy!
Jelly Bean art!
KOREAN FOOD for dinner on Shaftesbury Avenue. Oh my gosh. Korean food is my new Chinese food. Except it’s so much better. Kimchi, bibimbap and dessert, My mother tried some fried pork thingy. Which was also yummy.