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Vegetable Picking

Pick your own vegetable

I’ve always wanted to experience vegetable picking. For most of the people vegetable picking might not be on the top of the list to do. I hail from farming family background. My grandfather and father was farmer they use to own their farm long back time. I still hear lot many stories and experiences from my Dad. Always wanted to go for vegetable picking, use to wonder how the actual plant looks like.

What to wear and carry along:

Vegetable picking is fun activity with friends and family but can be tiring for some. This activity is purely weather dependent. You can beat the sun and go early in the morning. Make sure you dress up in your old pair of clothes for which you won’t really bother if they get dirty. Also wear shoes (closed toe shoes) and avoid wearing sandals. If you are allergic or sensitive to dust make sure you wear full sleeves shirt and pants (Unless it’s blazing hot day). Keep a hat handy and sunscreen if you are sun sensitive.

Carry pair of cotton gloves it will be very handy. Carry knife and scissors to cut the vegetable from the plant. You might not want to damage the plants by plucking the vegetables. Make sure you carry few garbage bags or newspaper to lay it on your car floor. As you will end up bringing dirt along with vegetables.

What to do:

Before you start the day make sure you call the farm whether they are open for the day and check their timings. Most of the farm timing varies, so make sure you read their rules and pricing.

Before entering farm make sure you collect the farm map to make your life easier when you driving and hunting for vegetable in the farm. Some farm requires you to pay beforehand but some like the one we visit every year they charge us on our return. They have typical one size bags, which are generally either $10 or $12 per bag with vegetables. No matter what vegetable you pick from the farm. Here are some of the pictures from the McQuesten Farm in NH. We visit them every year for Pick you own vegetables. They open up around mid of August until 1stOctober. Enjoy!!!

After Vegetable Picking:

Make sure once you go home you clean thoroughly all the vegetables. As they might have a lot of dirt on them.  Wipe them and let it dry for 12 hours at least than place it in fridge or cook the way you like it.

Did you ever go for vegetable picking or fruit picking?

What vegetable or fruit did you pick?

Share your comments below.


Parcel From India

First Parcel From India – Full Of Mithai (Sweets) and Namkeen (Snacks) 

After so many years, we received first parcel from India all full with Sweets and Namkeen. Couldn’t control my excitement so thought of sharing it with my blog friends. Here are few pictures to share. From receiving of the parcel to ripping it off.

Parcel From India

Parcel From India








Dal Mooth

Dal Mooth


Farari Namkeen

Farari Namkeen








After Ripping of the parcel

After Ripping of the parcel



BACKPACKING – Italy & Switzerland Summer 2011 Trip (11 days / 10 nights)

BACKPACKING – Italy & Switzerland Summer 2011 Trip (11 days / 10 nights).

Rhode Island

Few places so far we visited in Rhode Island State Narragansett Beach, Newport, Providence. Please check out below for details.

 NARRAGANSETT BEACH, RHODE ISLANDIt’s located in the center of town, one of the finest beaches in Rhode Island area, good for swimming and surfing. Its clean, has clear water, great waves, soft sand, nice boardwalk across the shore/ seawall and Narragansett pier.  We at least come here once in a summer time.  There’s admission fee to use the beach around $5 to $6 (carry cash). On Duty Lifeguards. Facilities provide showers, restrooms and refreshments. Also there’s rental and lessons available for surfing. Street parking and parking lots are available. Check out Pictures.

Must visit nearby eatery place lot of options – Crazy Burger Café and Juice Bar (http://www.crazyburger.com/ )

Narragansett Pier



This city has signature and unique event called WaterFire occurs on selective evenings.  Event occurs throughout summer till early fall. Check out the schedule and events before your arrival at http://waterfire.org/ . This event takes place right in front of the Providence mall. WaterFire evenings begin shortly past sunset and last until just past midnight when the fires burn out.  Check out pictures.

Across the street there’s lot of restaurants. We generally go to our one of the favorite restaurant “FIRE + ICE” http://www.fire-ice.com/locations/providence-ri/

WaterFire Event Providence,RI

WaterFire Event Providence,RI

FIRE+ICE Restaurant, Providence, RI



City mainly known for great Mansions. http://www.newportmansions.org/  We hardly visited any but if someone who really likes architecture, luxury homes and mansions than they must visit this city.  A nice cliff walk along the coast is recommended.

One of Mansions in NEWPORT,RI

One of Mansions in NEWPORT,RI

Newport Beach near Cliff walk

Yellowstone National Park

2012 Summer Trip with friends to Yellowstone National Park, Grand Teton National Park, Bear Lake Vally – WY, Idaho state, Salt Lake City – UT.

Trip to Yellowstone National Park around 4th Of July weekend (3rd – 8th July – 6 days/5nites).  We were 7 of us 4 friends flew from west bay area and 3 of us flew from east bay area. It was exciting fun and adventurous trip as we all met after 5-6 years recollected all old sweet memories.  At the end please scroll down for amazing remaining picture gallery of the park ( most of the picture credits to my friend Vannie Lu. She captured amazing shots of the park.)

Accommodations and Rentals:

We all flew into Salt Lake City, Utah. We reserved hotel “Comfort Suites” near Salt Lake City Airport for two nites (3rd & 7th). They even had free pick up and drop off shuttle to and from airport. We rented a family size SUV “Chevy – Suburban” to fit us and our baggage’s. We rented a cabin in West Yellowstone called “Cozy Cabin” at 141 Grizzley Bear Dr., Yellowstone Village, West Yellowstone, MT through West Yellowstone vacation rentals. It was nice cozy and spacious rental.


  1. If you are driving from Salt Lake City you have choice of two routes to go through to West Yellowstone.
  2. Drive on I-15. Drive through Idaho State and get into West Yellowstone. (5.5 hours)
  3. Drive on Route 89. Scenic drive through Wyoming State that takes you to Grand Tetons and into south entrance of Yellowstone. (8hours)
  4.  We choose to take Route 89 while going to West Yellowstone and on our return we drove through I-15 thru Idaho State.
  5.  Pack your own lunch and water bottles while in the park.
  6.  Pack a jacket or sweatshirt, umbrella or rain coat as weather is unpredictable.
  7.  Bring Mosquito Repellent and Sunscreen lotions.
  8.  Old faithful and Mammoth Spring are the only two places in the park where you will find food, ice-cream and souvenirs.
  9.  Best Wildlife spotting at Hayden Valley.
  10.  Spotted Grizzly Bear at Mt Washburn.

Trip Layout:  

Day 1 (3rd July) – We all flew into Salt Lake City, Utah almost till midnight. Checked in to hotel. But we were all so hungry, luckily we found Denny’s around the area within walk able distance. And slept around 2am.

Day 2 (4th July) – We got rental car and started our Road Trip towards West Yellowstone around 11pm. We decided to take longest scenic route through Route 89 via Wyoming State which roughly takes 8 to 9 hours without any breaks. It took us roughly 12 hours to reach including all the restroom, restaurants and scenic place stops.

Drive Map From Salt Lake City to Yellow Stone National Park

–          First stop was at Bear Lake Valley, Wyoming. We had lunch took some pictures from over look area and down in the valley as well. Overlook view of Bear Lake Valley is amazing.

Bear Lake Valley

Bear Lake Valley

Bear Lake Valley

Afton WY

Afton WY

Route 89

Route 89

Route 89

Route 89

Route 89

–          Our path took us to next stop – Grand Tetons National Park, we were amazed by the breath taking view of Tetons. Mountains spread wide across standing tall and bracing the nature (blue skies with hue of sunset, snowdrifts on top of mountains, pine forest and beautiful lake at foothill.  Pictures don’t do much justice but it was just an outstanding view.

Grand Tetons National Park

Grand Tetons National Park

Grand Tetons National Park

Grand Tetons National Park

Grand Tetons National Park

Grand Tetons National Park

Grand Tetons National Park

Grand Tetons National Park (Pic Credit to my friend Vannie Lu)

Grand Tetons National Park

Grand Tetons National Park

Grand Tetons National Park

Grand Tetons National Park (Pic Credit to my friend Vannie Lu)

Grand Tetons National Park (Pic Credit to my friend Vannie Lu)

–          Last Stop – Jackson Hills– We did some grocery shopping for oursurvival for next few days in the park.

Jackson Hole

Jackson Hole, WY

–          Arrived at Cozy Cabin – West Yellowstone National Park.


Cabin Rental

Cabin Rental

Day 3 (5th July)- It was our first day in west Yellowstone so we wanted to get started early, we left house around 9ish. We had breakfast at Running Bear Pancake house one of our friend suggested (TA ranked 4). Service was slow and they have regular American breakfast “iHOP” types. We entered park from west entrance around 11ish. Weather was kind a gloomy and cloudy. Thunderstorm was expected in the late afternoon. We decide to do first lower grand loop of the park which covers mainly various world famous Geysers and Fountain Paint Pot. I am not going to write the neat details of every point in Yellowstone as there’s lot of information floating on internet to grab from here the park website http://www.nps.gov/yell/index.htm

–          Lower Geyser Basin

–          Fountain Paint Pot

–          Midway Geyser Basin

–          Upper Geyser Basin

–          Old Faithful (main attraction check out eruption timing before hand as it erupts after every 90 min interval)

–          West Thumb Geyser Basin

We returned back home as weather was getting worst due to thunder storm.

Day 4 (6th July) – Second day in the park decide to do the upper Grand loop. Weather was beautiful today unlike yesterday. Day light was there almost till 9:30pm. We had a long day almost covered the  ¾ th of the park.

–          Artist Paintpots

–          Norris Geyser Basin

–          Roaring Mountains

–          Mammoth Hot Spring Terraces

–          Tower Fall

–          Mount Washburn (highest peak in Yellowstone) we spotted Grizzley bears

–          Yellowstone Grand Canyons

–          Lower / Upper Falls (lot of hiking)

–          Hayden Valley (best area for wildlife spotting)

–          Sulphur Caldron

Day 5 (7th July) – We started our drive towards Salt Lake City by taking via Route 20 to merge to  I-15. Driving through Idaho was fast and quick. Several stops on the way.

–          Yellowstone Bear World, Idaho (http://www.yellowstonebearworld.com/) – Its roughly 2 hour drive from west Yellowstone. Here you can enjoy the wildlife sightseeing its drive thru park and you can take your own time to see them and take pictures. Best thing in our entire trip.

–          Idaho Potato Museum, Blackfoot, IDhttp://idahopotatomuseum.com/  – Its like 45min drive from Bear World. We were amazed by seeing Potato history. Never knew Potato has its own history.

–          Mormon Temple, Salt Lake City, UT – Temple was under construction so we couldn’t go inside the temple. But we visited auditorium both the new and old one. Also we got a sneak peak at Temple model inside the visitor center.

–          Temple Square – We stroll around Temple square and walk towards downtown in search of Himalayan Kitchen (http://www.himalayankitchen.com/ ) which had good rating.

Day 6 (8th July)Back to Airport. Happy Ending Trip with wonderful friends!! Please Enjoy the remaining park pictures ( most of the picture credits to Vannie Lu. She captured amazing shots of the park.)


PUERTO RICO – First trip in 2012 over Memorial weekend (May).

NOTE: Please check out the pictures at the end of this page. Thanks!

We were so excited about this trip as we were going to have fun in warm waters un like here in New England water it’s like freaking cold all year round. Couldn’t resist soaking ourselves in salty warm water of Caribbean.


Did bit research definitely wanted to explore more of Caribbean. So I compared few places like Bahamas (unsafe, overcrowded and especially for cruise), Virgin Islands/ British Virgin Islands (more for honey mooners) and Puerto Rico. On comparing these places we selected Puerto Rico because of its uniqueness it’s like all-inclusive package deal, lots to do and explore on big island. They have history, culture, Bioluminescent Bay and various excursion activities. Planning was easier as we also got some helpful tip from our friends who have already been to PR.

First thing that got me clicked to Puerto Rico was Bioluminescent Bay reason that on web it was somewhere mentioned that you never know for how long would this natural wonder exist. So I definitely jumped into it thinking something I wanna see before it disappears one day. As it said by Captain Sharon Grasso – “Hidden along the Caribbean coast is one of the most spectacular Bioluminescent Bays in the world. The mysterious blue-green light is created by micro-organisms which thrive in an environment uniquely suited to their needs. A trip into the bay on a balmy night is a magical experience.”


Our key to trip is to spend least on flight and hotel accommodations. We found great deal at Courtyard Isla Verde Beach Resort  got partial ocean view room booked which had small balcony and still amazing overlook to ocean.


We definitely had some excursions to do on our list. So we decided to list on following excursions

1)      Zip lining

2)      Rappelling

3)      Sea Kayaking

4)      Rain Forest Trekking

We booked all excursion before two weeks of our trip through EcoQuest Adventures and Tours” http://www.ecoquestpr.com/ecoh.html. We would highly recommend this company for any excursion in Puerto Rico they were awesome, well-organized and responsible.

We opted for two excursions




1)      Old San Juan City

2)      El Morro National Monument (Castillo San Felipe del Morro)

3)      Barrachina – Birthplace of the Original Piña Colada

4)      El Yunque Rain Forest (We skipped it as we did San Salvador Rain Forest)

5)      Luquillo Beach ( We skipped because our hotel beach was awesome)

6)      Streets – Calle Fortaleza (nice restaurants), San Francisco (nice restaurants), Calle Del Cristo (branded shopping area)

7)      La Fortaleza (office and residence of Governor of Puerto Rico)


DAY 1:

We got up early in morning had buffet breakfast at hotel and we were ready to get picked up at 8am by Eco Quest Tour Guys. Van came sharp on time in fact they were early. We met Hector, Huero and Mojito they were our tour guide for entire day excursions. Please do follow the instruction what they have given on their website on what to prepare for excursion. Make sure you have one extra pair of dry clothes back in van to change at end of excursion as you will get wet in Rainforest. It would be not advisable to carry back pack with you along while you trekking or doing any excursion also make sure you have tiny camera or water proof camera.

Our Excursion started with long river water stream up in rain forest. It was scary and fun at same time. It was way slippery so make sure you have water-resistant shoes we bought “Teva” for our trip. After hour and 2 hour worth of trekking we reached point where we had to do Rappelling under 80feet of water fall it’s an amazing experience. Check out pictures. After Rappelling they offered some fresh fruits and then we were off for zip lining. We did 3 seta of zip lining awesome view and feeling. After zip lining we were offered home cooked Puertorican meal. Being a vegetarian they were nice enough to cook us awesome vegetarian Puerto Rican meal. Picture says it all. It was great to learn that many Puerto Ricans are vegetarian but some do eat Seafood too but very rare population that eats red meat. At around 4pm they dropped us back to our hotel.

We took some rest and got freshened up and headed to Old San Juan city for dinner. We took taxi from our hotel worth $20 each one way trip. But it was worth it with no tension of driving and parking especially. We got dropped at Plaza Colón, thats were mainly cab driver will drop you and from there we stroll around the old city. Streets to explore “Calle Fortaleza” and “CAlle San Francisco” has some nice restaurants.  Calle Fortaleza leads to La Fortaleza which is office and residence of governor of Puerto Rico.

We stopped by “Barrachina – The Birth Place of Pinacoladas” how can we miss on that one. http://barrachina.com/.  Best ever Pinacoladas!!!!! After that we had dinner at “Café Berlin” if you are vegetarian this place is must to try. We had “Argentina Meat Loaf” it was yummy. After dinner we headed back to our hotel. Night life at our hotel is one of the most happening live music entertainments in town called “Picante”. We enjoyed till late night moving on SALSA beats.

 DAY 2:

Next day we got up and headed back to Old San Juan City to tour the great history and culture El Morro Fort “El Morro National Monument (Castillo San Felipe del Morro)”.

We had breakfast just next door to Café Berlin they had awesome breakfast we had vegetable wrap, Coconut-milk French toast with pineapple sauce and Puertorican coffee mmmm awesome breakfast. We headed than towards El Morro, you can walk through scenic ocean facing sidewalks or cut through city exploring. We took random streets as we wanted to see some city beautiful houses it’s so colorful.

For history check out the website http://www.nps.gov/elmo/index.htm

Don’t forget to try some slush, popsicle of different tropical fruit flavor and of course how can you miss on PinaColada flavor. Puertorican are known for Pinacoladas….

Around 3pm we headed back to hotel as we had evening scheduled for BIOLUMINESCENT BAY at FAJADRO which is like quite an hour or two worth drive. Tour guide picked us up from hotel around 4pm. We reached Fajadro around 6pm. We were given direction how to follow each other in dark night and kayak in sea through mangroves and some instructions once we reach lagoon. We were excited for the fun.

Kayaking through sea and mangroves was thrilling experience couldn’t capture any picture as we didn’t carry along camera. All pictures are during day time the sun was already set by the time we started kayaking and it was pitch dark. There were in total 16 kayaks and each kayak held 2 people. I and G struggled a bit at fist to maneuver our kayak and of course me freaking out as I am kayaking in sea and worried more what if kayak flips. Luckily throughout going in and coming out of mangroves we were all good and safely reached back on shore after 3 hours of kayaking (almost 45 mins to one hour paddling each way). We had to follow the guide into the ocean, and then into a small stream lined with mangrove trees to reach the lagoon. The way in was extremely stressful! Multiple groups led tours into the Bio Bay, and there is only one route in and out. There were parts that the stream was about 20 feet wide and there were groups passing each other, it was also totally dark, the only light was from the small glow sticks on the front and back of the kayaks. Multiple times we ended up in the mangrove trees and then had to find a way to pull ourselves out. It was scary at same time as it was pitch dark didn’t wanted to lose track where all other group mates are as we have to follow them throughout mangroves otherwise it’s said that you will  never find way out in dark if you get lost. Some people try to be funny and they bump into you but that drive me insane as its pitch dark and very tiring to maneuver. We finally made it to the Bay, and it was absolutely amazing! There are microorganisms in the water that, when disturbed, glow a bright blue. You could run your hand or paddle through the water and the shape would stay. Heading out of the lagoon bay was easier as we had an idea also had some rest and since we were quiet in front number 3 out of 16 kayaks so we could see the light of the guide in front of us and just had to paddle straight. Sea kayaking in dark under mangroves itself is great adventure. We got back to our hotel around midnight.

DAY 3:

We had flight back in evening. So we just relaxed at hotel beach resort. As G says that was a perfect vacation with a bit of everything.

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Hope you enjoyed trip pictures. (Includes rainforest, Beach resort, Old San Juan , El Morro and other pictures)


London Layover – What To Do …??

There are some people like me who wonder around what to do during long layover at any airports. Well there’s lot to do if you plan ahead of time.

What To Do More than 8 hours of Layover at London ….???


  • Make sure you check first with UK embassy that whether you require visa or not. Immigration rules are different for each individual. Check Here : http://www.ukba.homeoffice.gov.uk/visas-immigration/do-you-need-a-visa/
  • Make sure you have more than 6 hours of layover time in London in order to get out of the Heathrow Airport for sight-seeing otherwise don’t even think of getting out of airport as it will consume a lot of your time.
  • Keep in mind clearing immigration and customs time at the Heathrow while exiting and checking back in. Keep in hand almost 2 hours for getting it through. As its one of the busiest airport.
  • Timesaver take Heathrow Express to Paddington Station it takes only 15mins. And than take Underground tube from Paddington to reach Central London. Avoid taking Underground Tube from Airport if you pressed for time as it make 20-30 stops and take ever to reach central London.
  • You might observe the Express doors are close making sure you press the Open Button on the door lighted with Green LED Circle. (This is very common in Europe trains).
  • Express Train to Central London – London Heathrow Express (15 min trip) and London Gatwick Express(30 min trip).


We had 8 hour layover time at London Heathrow Airport. So we decide to go out of the airport for London sight-seeing in given amount of time. As we wanted to kill our layover time at airport after 10 hour flight.

First we listed down sightseeing places :

We were not sure whether we will be able to cover all the places or not. So first we short listed from the above list that we were really interested in watching. We wanted to see first Tower Bridge, Tower Of London as it as same underground stop. Next was Big Ben, Westminster Abbey, London Eye at same underground tube stop. And if we had more time left than would go shopping at Oxford st OR Go Buckingham Palace and other attractions.

Print Underground Tube Maphttp://www.londontoolkit.com/affs/london_tfl_underground_map.htm


Getting out of Airport:

  • Make sure you clear your immigration and custom from the same terminal you arrived. Follow Baggage Claim/Security Check.
  • Keep 2 hours handy and be patient while standing in long never-ending queue for clearing customs.
  • Once you clear your immigration check out the display board for you next flight departing terminal. Take Heathrow Transfer to that terminal and look for Left Baggage (http://www.heathrowairport.com/heathrow-airport-guide/services-and-facilities/left-baggage) . So you can store your carry-on bags at airport while you go out for sight-seeing.

    Flight Departure Screen

  • Carry some cash even though you have credit card. Convert currency to UK Pounds there are few foreign currency exchange offices like American Express, Travel Ex.
  • Now follow Transportation – Heathrow Express, make sure you take ticket for the train from the ticket machine. You might want to take return ticket as well as it will be 2 or 4 pound cheaper. Make sure you buy express class tickets unless you want to travel thru First Class. Round Trip Price for Express Class – £34.  (https://www.heathrowexpress.com/tickets-deals/prices-fares)
  •  Take Heathrow Express to Paddington trains are after every 15 mins from Heathrow. Make sure you always keep eye on time.

 Arrival At Paddington Station thru Heathrow Express :

  • Look for Underground tube sign once you started walking towards it you will see the ticket office or  machine. Take one day anytime travel card. If you not sure talk to underground customer representative. They will be happy to help you. (http://visitorshop.tfl.gov.uk/travelcards/1-day/product/day-anytime-travelcard.html)
  • Take Tube Map to keep it handy. Its free.
  • Now first we thought of heading towards Tower Bridge so we took Circle line towards Tower Hill.

Arrive At Tower Hill Underground Tube Stop:

Tower Hill Underground
  • History is in front of you as you step out of Tower Hill underground station and you can see the statue of the Roman Emperor Trajan. Great view and good to be out in open air.
  • Walk down the stairs surrounded by original Roman Wall and you will see Tower Of London in front of you. Start walking towards your left while exploring Tower of London on your right. Follow Tower Bridge sign. It’s a bit walk. Walk up the stairs on your right and you will see  Tower Bridge and continue walking staraight and you will on Tower Brisge above Thames. Also you will observe the skyline of modern and old buildings on your right once you ar on the bridge. Keep track of time.
  • Head back to catch tube to Westminster take District or Circle Line towards Paddington. 
London Tower Bridge


Old and Modern Architecture View

Arrive At Westminster Underground Tube Stop:

  • Walk your way out of the station and you will see tall and giant Big Ben Tower in front of you across the street. Its breathtaking and awesome. Take few pictures take tour if you get time. We didnt had time so we just clicked few pictures and walked out on our left side towards the bridge. You will also see Westminster Abbey.
  • Across the river r you will see London Eye and great view of Thames River. Its 5 min walk from Westminster and Waterloo tube stop. We were not able to take ride in capsule as that was the week they were closed for maintenance. So we had to go back.  But it feels great just to be there. At 135 meters, the world’s tallest ferris wheel offers stunning views of London and the Thames in an air-conditioned capsule.

    Big Ben Right - You can see this view rite when you step out of underground.

    Big Ben and Westminster Abbey

    Big Ben View

    London Taxi

    London Eye View

 Heading back to Paddington for Heathrow Express: 

  • As we didn’t have enough time handy we thought of skipping all other attraction and we headed back to airport.
  • Again take Circle or District Line towards Paddington.
  • Get down at Paddington. If you already have return ticket to Heathrow just find the express and hop in.
  • Make sure you grab your bags from “Left Baggages” and recheck your departure terminal and check in.


Other places we wanted to visit and didn’t make it. Heres some reference that might be useful.

Sightseeing Hop-On Hop-Off Bus :
Great alternate option if you want to explore London without walking. It’s really good for sightseeing with commentary of each sights as you pass them. Bus make frequent stops and timing varies.  Best part of the bus is that you can hop off at any sight and hop back in next bus with no extra charge and continue your tour. Some bus tickets includes hop-on hop-off cruise on Thames as well. Check out for details –  http://www.theoriginaltour.com/tour-information/tour-info.htm

Buckingham Palace: 
Its one of the favorite hot spot for sightseeing but with only short time it’s not possible. You can take Circe Line towards Paddington and get down at closest tube stations Victoria OR take Piccadilly Line and get down either at Green Park or Hyde Park Corner. You can walk through the Park and Garden. You can also see changing of the guards but check out their schedule. Check out website for tour.

Travel Planner:

Attraction Tube Station From Tube Station To Duration Line
Buckingham Palace Paddington Victoria 15 mins Circle Line
Big Ben Victoria Westminster 5 mins Circle Line
Tower Bridge Westminster Tower Hill 12mins Circle Line
Heathrow Express Tower Hill Paddington 31mins Circle Line
London Eye Westminster Waterloo 2 mins Jubilee Line
Back London Eye Waterloo Westminster 2 mins Jubilee Line

 !*! Enjoy Your Trip !*!