Up bright and early for a good breakfast. And then my mother set forth to find the American Express office. She writes that she felt lonely and lost. Here is what she saw – the East End, London Bridge, Tower Bridge, the Olde Curiosity Shop, Tower of London She spent quite a while touring the Tower before stopping for lunch in a Lyons. She enjoyed seeing all the fancy goods in Fortnum and Mason.
(It’s not clear how much of the day was spent walking and whether they were in a tour bus part of the time. They covered so much ground they must have been in a bus with stops at key places, e,g. the Tower of London and Westminster Abbey. What threw me off was her writing that while waiting for the bus she walked around a bit.)
In the afternoon she went around (presumably walking) around the West End – Mayfair, Green Park, St. James’s Park, Hyde Park, Selfridge’s, Harrods, Houses of Parliament, Poet’s Corner. Westminster Abbey, Bond Street, Regent Street. She walked home through Green Park. She was simply dead tired. (I’m not surprised).
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