Updated from http://www.RideDOT.com/rtw/369.html It's been six weeks since we last left London to tour the British Isles and it's been such a wonderful leg of our trip - rounding the top of the Scottish Highlands, island hopping from the Isle of Man to Ireland, then meandering down the Wild Atlantic West Coast. But now we're super-exhausted from traveling. We brace ourselves for re-entry, the thick, congested urban atmosphere slowing our crafts' descent. Ugh, the traffic. We tiptoe between stopped cars, our wide panniers prevent us from lane splitting with any amount of confidence. I forgot how bad it was. At least the weather is sunny! Getting off the roads to grab some nosh We are coming into London from the west, and the Ace Cafe just happens to be on the western outskirts of the city. There's a symmetry in stopping here, because this is the first place we visited when we first stepped foot in the UK and now it will be one of the last! It's the middle of the day during a work week, so the parking lot is empty. We don't have to fight vintage cars for a parking spot. Food in the UK has been spectacularly unhealthy for us. So we have vowed to eat better. But not just yet... In the UK, I've discovered that everything tastes just a little bit better with mushy peas.