My favourite chocolate while I was growing up was the Double Decker made by Cadbury's. Memories of childhood came flooding back to me when I was in London last week and saw the Double Decker buses everywhere. Made me crave those absolutely delicious chocolate nougat sandwiches that my parents treated me to when I was good!
I found London to be a charming city with an edge. A nice combination of the the best of San Francisco and Manhattan. As beautiful and clean as San Francisco and as cosmopolitan and vibrant as Manhattan. There's a certain old world, deeply rooted feeling that you get in London that is missing in the U.S. cities. Though I visited all the tourist spots like Piccadilly and Leicester Square, I also got to explore smaller neighbourhoods like West Hampstead, Swiss Cottage and St. John's Wood. I experienced the busiest spots in the city and felt the energy in the air and also took in the calm and peace offered by the quieter parts of town. I'd certainly add London to the list of places I'd love to live in which now includes San Francisco, Sydney, Hong Kong, Dubai and Bombay.