Welcome to the City of London || Rob & Kristen
Amazingly, Kristen and Rob had seemed to blend in with the ongoing madness of the city of London so easily since their arrivals a few days ago, with no bother whatsoever. That morning, they had both witnessed a row of CityBikes as they had just hopped off the Tube, causing a twinkle to emerge in Kristen’s eyes. With that, they eventually took off on two of the bikes, cycling through London, hoods up as the rain seemed to lash down, making it more fun as they fought with the fresh, musky breeze that the rain brought along with it. She had never felt so free, as she either followed Rob a long the way, taking in the sounds, the sights and the feeling of the city in general for herself as they rode through. Now and again when she was feeling on “edge”, she began to push her pedals faster and race Rob down a number of streets that were relatively quiet, which caused her laugh to chime as she seemed to be loving it.
However after that moment of fun, they now found themselves walking hand in hand in the city centre, blending in with the masses of people either rushing to work, tourists being mesmerized by the landmarks like herself, snapping pictures at every possibility, small families merely taking a leisurely stroll, older citizens taking a historic venture out and even teenagers out and about together on their weekly shopping trip. It was as if they weren’t two of the biggest celebrities in the world at the moment, but just a regular couple having a holiday. And she did love that. Beanie on, shades intact, Kristen ensured her small hand was interlocked with his as they walked over the bridge near Westminister.
“So…” She breathed as she looked up towards him with a smile, “What do you wanna do now?” Kristen questioned as she gently stroked her thumb across his knuckles, her hazel eyes moving from his gaze as she watched the River Thames flow through London solemnly beneath them, taking a number of boats along with it. London was beautiful, and she knew Rob was certainly lucky to have been brought up here.