Our last days in London were like living on a real life Monopoly board. We shopped on Oxford Street and The Strand; we ate on Regent Street; we caught the underground trains at Kings Cross Station; I took a Chance card by speeding in Southampton and will have to pay a 'Tax'; we didn't collect $200 for passing 'Go' but did have a win with cheap theatre tickets and Free Parking, Debbie almost got sent 'directly to jail' for trying to smuggle a Finnish hunting knife and a Swiss Army knife through security at Heathrow airport; and thankfully we had no trouble with out Utilities or Water Works.
We loved the theatre in London, especially Henry IV at The Globe, the Jersey Boys and of course Mousetrap - although I did find myself scanning the crowd for dastardly murderers in the subway on the way home.
Well that's about it really. We reckon random touring is defintely the way to go! All you need is a laptop to book the next night's accommodation and a Eurail pass.
Hope you have enjoyed reading this blog as much as we have enjoyed making it.
Tony and Debbie