|It's time to scream|
Sunday, June 27, 2021
Planning things to do in and around the Unfinished City is tricky at the best of times. With the pandemic affecting ticket sales and the capacity of attractions, planning becomes a major factor. Then, you have to wonder what the Morrissey girls want to do. Erin decided that we should visit the London Dungeon, which Keilyn seconded.
Having visited the Royal Observatory, Greenwich, the previous afternoon, stayed at a Premier Inn for the night, we were in the perfect position to make the most of our Sunday.
After breakfast we collected our things, from our room, and checked out of the hotel.
We then headed along the River Thames, towards the MillenniuM footbridge and St. Paul's Cathedral.
|St. Paul's Cathedral.|
From here we headed along Ludgate Hill to Fleet Street, from where we turned onto Essex Street and down onto the Victoria Embankment.
From here it was a short walk to Embankment Station, where we grabbed a drink and the girls made use of the facilities.
We then headed across the Golden Jubilee Bridge and down on to the Southbank and the Queen's Walk. A spot of lunch and rest, was followed by the girls going for a ride on a Carousel.
|Erin and Keilyn on the Carousel.|
After being entertained by some of the street performers, that pepper the Queen's Walk, we headed off to the London Dungeon.
|The girls look too happy wielding axes.|
|"Bring out your dead!"|
|Left to rot.|
|Narrow arched streets of East London.|
There are also two rides, one of which was a real scream!
|Cock & Beaver.|
|Customers in the pub.|
|Have a selfie with Frank.|
The pub was also part of the experience as strange occurrences happened all the time. Mirrors cracked, tankards moved of their own accord and the piano would mysteriously start playing.