Hey guys! Last day here, feels kind off sad but hey. We can always come back. So, today I went to a place called St Paul's Catheral. Basicly it is the Anglican catheral, the seat of the Bishop of London and the mother church of the Diocese of London. And I just have to say, it is ENOURMUS like seriously, I've never felt so small in my entire life. You feel like your getting pushed from all the sides from you body. It is a hall, but on some next level. So yeah, I really recommend you guys to go there it is definetly the best experience I had in london.

Here is a sneaky picture I took, anyways. Thats my London journey! Was a good experience Bye!!!

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Today, I saw a person walking an actual rat (not a rat-rat, like a pet-rat). No dog day today I guess. Anyhow, I'm going to visit the London Eye today (they say a real visit to London can't be complete without a ride on the London Eye). And this time I won't discuss about my way there because it usually gets out of hand (like yesterday) and to be honest, nothing really happened. Nothing special happened when I was there either, all I can say is that it was kinda-nice (considering the fact that I hate ferris wheels for some reason, they're slow and just makes me feel uncomfortable in general). The rest of the day I wasn't really doing anything, I was out of ideas. I cooked some ramen and luckily, I brought my USB drive so I can watch series on my laptop (because I don't wan't to pay only to watch online, that's just dumb in my opinion). I guess I'll just end this post with London Eye photos :)

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Waddup you people! Today, im going to tell you about a bridge I went to, it's called Millenium bridge and has a pretty exciting story behind it.

So, it all began with a simple bridge over the river Thames for pedestrians to cross over. It was constructed like a suspension bridge. Now, When the bridge had its opening day it was massive amounts of pedestrians going over it, actually around 2000 at any time. So, when it was that many people on the bridge, it started to swing and many was worried. Everyone ran from it and it got closed the second day, after 2 years of modification. It opened in 2002 again. Here's an video of it to: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=eAXVa__XWZ8

So yeah, that's it for today. Well, see you guys tomorow!

By the way here's a picture of it:

London Millennium Bridge from Saint Paul's.jpg

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"I destroy my enemy when I make him my friend" // Abraham Lincoln. Now you guys are probably wondering, why are you witing a old random quote? Well, remember that guy who stole my phone? I met him today, at a strike in an underground. I told him, ''Remember me?'' he sighed and said ''Im sorry, my family really needed the phone since we are very poor. I got fired from my job because my boss realised I am a foreigner.'' We had a long talk, and he told me about how he got here and how he actually succed in getting a job. And then he told me thats the reason he's here, he is striking with others because getting kicked off a job just because you are a foreigner.

He also told me that he already had sold the phone so it was to late to get it back, but im fine with it. I made a friend, a long lastsly friend. Anyways, lets not talk about that. So today I was going to the Sea Life London Aquarium. It was a new experience for me since i've never really went to a big aquarium zoo before. Here's some pictures I took from it:

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Bildresultat för Sea Life London Aquarium pictures

So yeah, I think that's it for today. Catch you later guys!

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I forgot to post a picture yesterday hahah. I really love the Comic Sans font they have, by the way. But today I thought about going to Hyde Park (it's a big park in London) because why not, I couldn't think of anything better to do. So on my way there, I saw a ton of dogs. There were dogs literally everywhere and more than a third of all the owners I saw were walking 4 or more dogs, jeez. When I arrived in Hyde Park I saw more dogs, I'm really starting to wonder if this is the everyday London or if it just came to be like this today. I do love dogs, it's just that I've never seen this many. But I didn't see a single one like my dog, the closest (according to their size) were just a bunch of chihuahuas. I have a small jack russell by the age of 4 years (human years, actually), even though she literally looks like a 5 month old puppy. Now back to the park (since I've written a little too much about the doggos), Hyde Park is actually pretty nice. Nothing much happened, except that an off leashed Labrador (oops back to the dogs again) approached me for no reason and licked my hands. But when I got enough of looking at all the dogs at Hyde Park I thought I could go to Tesco, since it's close to the hotel. I bought 12 packages of ramen, soy sauce, a pack of 6 eggs and a box of Maltesers. Then I went home and I didn't really do anything.

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Wazzup! or should I say Hi with a sad voice? I don't know... I'm pretty sad right now since I got robbed at the London eye. Which was a good experience just that after I had a ride on it there was a 15-20 year old guy that bumped on me ''Not on purpose'' and guess what was gone after that happened? My Phone... But, lets not talk about that. The ride on the london eye costed 26 dollars, pretty expensive but it was worth it in my opinion. I actually took a picture when I was on the top of it.

Inside London Eye Capsule Night Picture

But you know, now that I think of it. It wasn't that surpising that I got robbed. It was at night. So it I should just blame myself. Anyways I think that's it for today! See you guys!

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Hello guys! Today I was a very exciting and new experiencing day! To start the day of, i ate some nudles. Then I went to a restaurant which goes by the name Poppies Fish and Chips! Yeah the restaurant was literally named Fish and Chips. I ordered a meal called Big ben which costed me about 12 dollars. And it was worth it! I took some pictures of the restaurant to!

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Bildresultat för poppies fish and chips london

Then I went to my friend who lives here, we talked and just had a great time. Anyways I thinks that's it for today!

Catch you later!

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Hello guys! Today was very fun day. I was on a River cruise that went by many famous places here are some of them:

St Paul's Cathedral Tate Modern Tower of London Shakespeare’s Globe. And there was a Japanese guy who wanted me to take a photo of him on the Tower of london. The cruise only costed 11.95 dollars so i really recommend it! After that i was just going around in the town, bought myself an Icecream to. So yeah, I thinks thats it for this day. Goodbye!

By the way, heres some pictures I took from the boat cruisel.

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And for those who died by the terorist attack, I pity for them. And for those who got hurt I really hope they survive.

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We just arrived to London, I was dizzy on my way here and I'm still dizzy so I fell and somehow I broke my finger. I saw a bird, it looked like an airplane. It started raining and my phone got wet and I couldn't really use it so that was sad. And I also stubbed my toe on my way to St Christopher's Village :) The hotel room is really nice, actually better than I thought it'd be. I don't have any future plans yet. But I'm thankful that I made it here alive, worse things could've happened :))

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