So much to do, so much to see... what's wrong with taking the back streets
You'll never know if you don't go
You'll never shine if you don't glow
The ice we skate is getting pretty thin
The waters getting warm so you might as well swim
My world's on fire how about yours
That's the way I like it and I never get bored
We can all use a little '90s, it's pretty fitting of life here--so much to see, limited time to see it (funny how my list of things to see gets longer as my time in London draws to a close), and I'm loving every minute of it.

I've found that creating game plans for days makes them far more wonderful (and productive!) than if you don't.  Today's game plan:
Take the train to Greenwich and find the Royal Observatory
Stand with one foot in each hemisphere and follow a guidebook's 3.5 mile walk through Greenwich
Take the train back to central London, experience Covent Gardens (one of London's two main shopping districts) and have high tea at Boswell's (the last name of my day's partner in crime, therefore a necessity)
Find the largest Apple store in the world (which just opened yesterday, August 7!), 
wander in awe, and play with the shiny things
Locate some outdoors stores and hunt for comfy sandals for Greece
and finally, track down and delight in the only Chipotle in Europe
Check to every. single. one.  Bomb.  Plus I also tacked on grocery shopping, a home mani-pedi, and putting together some photo albums (which I'll upload to fb tomorrow). Happy Sunday!