This particular day started off with brunch at one of the world's greatest markets, Borough Market. We followed brunch up by allowing a Polish bartender to serve us a blind taste of every single vodka in the Vodka Bar at the House of Wine solely so he could prove to us that the best vodka in the world comes from Poland. (spoiler alert: he was right. In our very scientific research of 20 or so vodkas from around the world, Belvadere was the unanimous winner.)
Because we all agreed that Polish vodkas were the best, he would not accept our money for the tab. We still slipped several large notes under a coaster and split before he could catch us and make us do more shots.
After that, we took a stroll along the Thames and stopped at a few more pubs... and maybe the Tate Modern. By the time we made it to the London Eye, the sun was already starting to set. After calling the day an early success, I took this photograph to commemorate the occasion. If you are ever in London and for some reason can't think of something to do, a walk along the Thames is never a bad idea. Props to Vera and Craig for being the consummate hosts!
This photograph was captured with a tiny Canon Digital IXUS.