London as a place is very intricate and interesting- there were buildings with gorgeous architecture that were just apartments, or department stores.
We saw some of the highlights we intended to hit later on- and drove over several bridges. This is tower bridge- which shouldn't be confused with London bridge (which was comparatively unimpressive, to be quite honest).
Midway through the tour... it started to rain. Seeing as we were on the top floor of the double decker bus, this posed a bit of a problem. Not to worry- the nice bus driver came up and gave us ponchos, which we proceeded to wear proudly.
We passed the London eye, which we rode the next day, and the shopping district that we would eventually visit in search of Primark.
Halfway through the tour, I decided I wanted to get a photo of us the reflection of a building. This is as close as I got:
There was a large blue chicken in front of the national gallery, which I found incredibly fun for some reason, and made the BHO take several photos with. I also took a weird number of photos of the stone lions.