Apr
19

What to do in London?

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Most of you know I’ve been invited to speak at Gateway Ministries April 23rd in the UK.  It’s an honor, of course after that we will be attending First Steps to Success in London that weekend.  So here is the dilemma as it stands right now we have the volcano doing it’s thing in Iceland and European Air Travel is restricted.  As of this moment my travel plans are still on.  Not many things make me fearful but if I’m stranded in London coming back I think it’s best to take it in stride and site see in the UK?

If I’m going to spend the money unexpectedly any way,  (which I’m not excited about) I might as well enjoy myself.  Life is about choices I may as well choose to make the best out of it versus be worried about what I can’t control right?

So if that were to happen “What Should I Do in London”?  If you’ve been to the UK what should I do if I had several days there unexpected there? What is the one must do thing in the UK?  Leave a comment and let me know what your great ideas are?

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Stacy O’Quinn
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Comments

  1. Lynne says:

    Definitely take a trip on the London Eye – but then again if there is volcanic soot everywhere the view might not be that awesome – ride in an English taxi cab, parttake in a spot of high tea maybe at Buckingham Palace! The changing of the Guard, and maybe venture out into the English countryside! The English Pub is fun it is more like a local restaurant than an American Bar!

    Enjoy!

    My friends husband is not well.

  2. Tom says:

    There’s so much to do in London, you’ll never be short of something to fill your time. Most of the museums are free to get in, so you won’t be short of culture. The National Gallery houses some of the finest art in the world. If science is more your thing, visit the science museum – very interesting with hands on things for the kid in you. Visit HMS Belfast or the Cutty Sark at Greenwich, take in the Maritime Museum. Covent Garden is the place to eat and you often see street artists performing. Go shopping in Regent Street. Ride a Red Double Decker Bus or join an open top bus tour. Get a barge cruise and see London from the Thames, you’ll see the Houses of Parliament and all the famous bridges. Don’t wait for Icelandic Ash to extend your stay in London! Visit us here anyway!

  3. Emily says:

    Definitely take a trip on the London Eye – but then again if there is volcanic soot everywhere the view might not be that awesome – ride in an English taxi cab, parttake in a spot of high tea maybe at Buckingham Palace! The changing of the Guard, and maybe venture out into the English countryside! The English Pub is fun it is more like a local restaurant than an American Bar!

    Enjoy!

    My friends husband is not well.

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