One guy volunteered to stay at Trafalgar Square with a board, dice, and mobile phone as he called out the die rolls and destinations. I came 3rd of 5, which was okay. Mad, brilliant fun, though. Knackering, but far, far better than anything else on a Sunday in London.
Look Mum, No Hands! cycle cafe in Old Street to watch the Liege-Bastogne-Liege race, with most people cheering and applauding the brilliant Phillipe Gilbert as he outsprinted the Schleck brothers for a very popular win. I also managed to somehow get a pair of 'Vella' cycling gloves on sale for £1. One Pound. A Quid. Wow.
If you're a Londoner who likes cycling, you just HAVE to get down to LMNH at some point - especially for the Giro or 'le' TdF, of course, when it is very busy, but terrifically atmospheric.
London was packed with tourists today! (Good. We.. er.. sorta need their money...!)
|Phillipe Gilbert outsprints both the Schleck brothers to win his 3rd race in a week.|