Day 2/30 Juneathon – Day out in London

A day trip to London is beginning to become a half term holiday ritual for me, Gary and Deaghlan at the moment.

So we headed down to Epping in the car and jumped on the tube. First stop was the British Museum to check out the Mummies and Romans (Deaghlan is a big fan at the moment), then off to London Bridge and a walk to and around the HMS Belfast. We finished the afternoon and early evening off with a wander around Southbank. Deaghlan got thoroughly soaked in the ‘Disappearing Rooms’, watched the skakeboarders and rollerbladers in action, checked out the beach huts and the roof garden before walking across the Millennium Bridge to Embankment and back again.

We had a fantastic day and to top it off, the weather was stunning.

So I’m counting the huge amount of walking as Day 2′s Juneathon contribution. I have no idea how far we walked but my feet are still killing me on the morning after. Gary still managed a 10km bike ride last night and I have no idea how!

Anyway hoping my feet recover over the day as I’m scheduled to run 6.44km tonight.

Distance: No idea but very far
Time: 10am – 7.30pm

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