This is what you see when you leave the station.
Now, St. Margaret is pretty, as you can see
But it isn's what I wanted. At least I got some nice pictures of the Abbey's front.
I moved on to plan B, which was to visit Churchill's War Rooms. Now, okay, this might not sound like the most exciting place to visit because it is a bunker, but let me tell you I would have hated to miss it. The work that has been put to maintain the war rooms like they were during World War II is incredible. As much of a cliche as it may be, you really feel like you're there with Churchill and the multitude of people watching over England's (and the world's, actually) well being.
There are even orginal gas masks on display, which look like props in a sci-fi movie because they were made to allow people to speak through them.
I don't have any pictures of the bunker, but if you go to London, don't miss it!
After a quick lunch in the cafe they have at the war rooms, I headed over to Trafalgar Square. Another iconic image. Although it was gloomy, I loved it.
I headed back to the hotel to drop some things I'd bought, and headed to The Sherlock Holmes Pub.