It made me think, Hampstead Heath could be a good setting for a game of Empire of the Dead (or two). After all it most likely was haunted by a different bread of hound in 1988, Lycaon.
|My Lycaons in London|
After Hampstead Heath we walked through regents park; went through a couple of squares; wet to Gordon's for wine and cheese; we also went to a couple of pubs for beer while walking past Big Ben; the shard; the Tate modern and more exciting stuff.
We then took. The tube to China Town for dinner. I continue to be impressed with the tube and transport system, mainly how vast and expansive it is, as well as its age.
The walls in this part look a little bit like a Dalek.
On the way home we walked past on the way home we went to a bar with 27 beers on tap and this shop:
It looked like a very cool store, plus love the classic film Forbidden Planet. Taking a closer look at the shop I thought although there is plenty of cool models they were all rather expensive and wouldn't improve my life a whole lot. For example the 50pound 4th doctor scarf.
We finished off out night by taking a double decker bus home, sitting at the front of the top story.