I spent Thanksgiving in London, England with Michelle.
We caught an early flight out of Dublin, Ireland and landed on a cloudy morning.
Our first stop was this massive museum that everyone recommended. It would take days to finish looking at everything here. After a few hours we got tired and left.
Gates of the museum.
The most epic museum.
The pretty ceiling inside.
I lost Michelle and found her doing face swap with all these statues on snapchat. What were selfies like before snapchat filters….?
Walking around town.
Trying to get a picture together before people walk by
Walking by rivers
Side views of the palace
Front gate of Buckingham Palace
I saw people walking out of the palace. I was hoping it was the princess.
Important people walking by. I wanted to use their wi-fi so badly… I know their wi-fi connection has to be fast.
One last normal one with my boo.
Standing near this gold piece in the center of traffic. If only you could see the traffic around this spot… insane.
Venturing back out to see the city
“Mish stand right here! Stand right here!”
Views from the commoners
I give up.
After waiting forever for people to pass 🙂
They dont celebrate Thanksgiving but all the restaurants had a special menu for it. Here was our roasted turkey. It looks gross here but it was so damn good.
We went to a Breaking Bad bar located inside of an RV. You make your own alcoholic beverages using their tools.
Everyones a mad scientist making dangerous stuff like cocktails.
Putting on our Breaking Bad gear.
I dont know if these were sanitary because we both got sick the next day.
It was pretty gross inside but this was my first time inside of an RV. I was excited.
Me putting on my head piece.
Our first cocktail made by the staff. It tasted like watermelons!
Mish making her drinks.
Tea time in London is a big deal. Its real and people make time for it everyday. This is at The Shard inside of a lounge called Oblix. Its the highest point in London. From here we could see all of London and had the most elaborate tea time experience.
Public transportation is pretty awesome in London. It was easy to learn, cheap, and efficient.
We walked across a bridge and came to a modern museum. This is a form of art on display. We were to sit on the floors and watch this production. There was a narrator in the background describing feelings. We walked away… too many feelings.
Andy Warhol original
The first Pablo Picasso I have ever seen in my entire life.