However, I decided to make the best of it and have my favorite lunch in all of London - the club sandwich (hold the meat, add cheese) at Laduree at Harrod's. I also may or may not have hit up every upscale department store in the city - Harvey Nics, Harrod's, and Selfridges. I can neither confirm nor deny this.
I also took the opportunity to visit WC1 so I could freshen up after walking god only knows how many hundreds of miles in four inch wedges through Piccadilly, Oxford Street, the West End and Knightsbridge. For five quid, you get your own little changing room (pictured below). Mine was stocked with a feather boa, a wand, and several tiaras just in case I got a hankering to play dress up.
After I had
With the exception of the guy who played Johnny, it was pretty good. The main thing we all agreed that we hated was that they added a whole campfire scene that revolved around the civil rights movement and some annoying girl singing "We Shall Overcome". Ummm, weird. It just seemed so awkward and out of place. Monique has a much more in-depth review at her blog if you're interested...