Next stop Harrods. Wow what an impressive store this is. I followed papa thought the maze of people and once we got to the food halls I could not believe my eyes. So much food on display and all so attractive and appetising
. We saw apricots for 50 British pounds a kilo. Imagine that $100 for stone fruit! We did some shoe and perfume browsing and then back into tne underground and onto St. Paul's cathedral. Night was falling and at 4:30 we entered the cathedral can you believe that a choir was rehearsing for a 5 pm performance. We had booked another show but after a few nice pictures we went on to Soho. Here we collected the tickets and went on to China town to have a bite to eat. We found a nice place and went in. A tiny stocky Chinese woman shouted "upstairs, sitonfloor" I was quite surprised that we would have to sit on the floor. Soon it became clear she had said Second Floor. The food came quick and was absolutely delicious. I ate what papa ordered and he ate what I ordered. Gotta love him.
Just across the road was the theatre and we were nicely on time. The show was really good and I sat on the edge of my seat for every song. As it was a musical with obstructed view I sat on the edge of my seat the whole night.
Wow great show and when we got out it was late and I was in Piccadilly Circus. The lights the lights.
Tomorrow my London extravaganza comes to an end and we will fly back to Holland.
A morning walk through the Kensington end of Hyde Park towards the Albert hall and before we knew it we were surrounded by squirrels tiny cute little things with big fluffy tails. I had bought some sugar cubes with me to tempt them. The first one was a bit wary but soon after the rest came closer and one even sat on my knee to get the sugar cubes. another one even held my finger with his tiny hands. It made me squeal how cute they were. After the squirrels we went to a place where papa used to live. 72 Exhibition road right next dor to the V&A, and since we were close we went into this museum for a quick peak aswell. beautiful gown and magnificent jewellery.