Monday, March 30, 2009

Caveat Emptor


I've decided to give British Airways another chance.
I know, I know, when they lose seven of my bags like they did on the last trip, YOU don't want to hear about it...... 
I finally broke down and booked tickets to my nephew's wedding in England after Pesach.
All touring suggestions for sights in and around London will be greatly appreciated.

6 comments:

Anonymous said...

You will love Stamford Hill.

Mikeinmidwood said...

Love the picture.

tembow said...

i've heard that british airways always loses luggage or has issues with luggage. on my last trip from israel, my luggage came on a different flight and they had to deliver it to my house on a friday! B"h it came before shabbos!!

harry-er than them all said...

for a not so touristy place but is awesome, try london dungeon. you WILL have a great time there. its also worth it to get up early to see the changing of the guards, and head out of london to windsor castle where the queen lives when's she's not in buckingham palace

G6 said...

Harry -
I haven't heard of the dungeons before.
Can you tell me a bit more about it?
Is it solely a "thrill" experience or does it have some real history incorporated?
Is it too scary for an 11 year old?
Thanks, btw!!

harry-er than them all said...

its officially a horror house. but it has bit of medieval history involved (like how they tortured people in the olden days, the legend of jack the ripper, stuff like that).
i don't know about too scary for 11 year olds, but definitely too scary for 20 year olds. i was scared when they had a fake corpse get up and start spewing his brains out.

the whole thing is very participant friendly, and you actually get involved. (like i was chosen to stand trial for being a warlock...)

http://www.thedungeons.com/en/london-dungeon/index.html