We have expanded our horizons most definitely over these last 5 days. Mind the gap and top up your Oyster are key phrases we've learned to understand as we navigate London's Underground aka The Tube. Truly an international city, with languages and cultures coming together for business and pleasure.
However, our pop cultures are in sync - John Legend's "Ordinary People" plays as I log in and write in the lounge on a big-ass IMac Pro. Monday night we made it down to the Theatre district to take in the show Once at the Phoenix Theatre. Jen woke early and queued for "day of" show tickets and scored us front row tickets for £25 each.
This is certainly a brand aware culture. We did see a TK Maxx - don't suppose Jen and Erin will shop there today?
Jen, Erin and I have a photo contest going. The winning photos will end up on a wall at home to remember the trip. Dan's entry is entitled "Textures, Form and Cheap Sparkling Wine". I found this scene the other day near Westminster Abbey;
|Photo contest winner|
|Dr. Doug outside St. Paul's|
|That's what I'm talking about|
|Rochester's Eric Butorac|