We arrived into London on Friday afternoon and headed to the Natural History Museum for an hour or so before checking into our Hotel. I think we may have chosen 'school trip day' as it was rammed with little 'explorers' and 'dino scientists' running here and there so we couldn't really move around parts of the museum very well. We soon discovered though that going to see the less popular rooms (bug world) was our best bet and so beat claustrophobia by strolling around the quieter exhibitions before heading off. We did get to see a skeleton of a Panda though which Wilf was very taken with.
On Saturday we decided to be touristy and headed to the South Bank. We walked along the river as Wilf dozed in his chair after a rough night of earache. Grabbing a coffee and just taking in the view. Whenever I've been to the South Bank before it's always to visit somewhere like a show in the South Bank Centre when I visited with my mum or a collage trip to experience the London Eye. It was nice to just stroll along and not feel any urgency to do anything other than that.
(I'm trying this jump thing as these posts tend to get a little image heavy) Read more after the jump for more pics including falafel!
One of our main goals when visiting London over the weekend was to pop into Moaz. We had first discovered them in Barcelona a few years ago and had no idea they had them in other cities. I would actually go as far as to say that I think they are better than Falafal King (yep I said it) it's those little fried cauliflowers that do it!
London, I liked you very much this weekend! We'll be back!