We got there fairly early so all the vendors weren't up and running yet but we perused and sampled and tried a few things. Some bread, some macarons, some cheeses. The kids had some fruit too and I had a slow roasted salted pork sandwich with mustard that wasn't like any mustard I'd ever had. It all looked and smelled so good. Okay there were some things that didn't look good, but to each her own...
"The vast treasures he brought back, taken from the Spanish, wrote off the English national debt and made Drake one of the richest men in England." No wonder the Queen knighted him.
We had a really nice walk along the Thames to get to the theatre and we passed this quote. I've never seen a river in a city that had anything besides mucky, muddy brown water, but I still love the Thames and the dozens of bridges that cross her. And I maintain that peace can be found on the banks of even muddy and mucky rivers.
Then we walked back to the train station and bought some drinks for a relaxing ride back to Lewisham. Both my mom and I were amazed at all the things you can find in London without even looking.