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East London which lies close to the Thames River Corridor is located in between
the metropolis area and a silent zone of towns which are there in the neighborhood.
Gone are the days when the East London was attached with a nostalgic
impression. The stereotypes of the East end happened to be really strong but
the scenario is changing. It is getting inspired with the high pace lifestyle
of the West end and the Central London which ...
... of forty bouncing busbys! Great music though. I think it was a march!
From Westminster we took the tube to the City and had lunch at one of the fastest fresh food establishments I have ever seen. The City workers were pouring through the door in droves. Primarily take out, the healthy style food was delivered, fast and fresh. Our next stop was the Tower of London to see the display of ceramic poppies I had referenced ...
... they lived in including a bomb shelter that was constructed in their backyard, the clothing that they wore, ration books for food and clothing and information about the daily life of that time. Whilst Ray and I went through the exhibit about the holocaust Megan took the kiddies through an exhibit about spies which was specially designed for kiddies. They thought it was great as we did about all the exhibits that we saw. The World War ...
... loved to bring back some yummy souvenirs, but it was not meant to be. We also browsed their meat and ready made meal section and drooled over the fresh pastas and Scotch eggs! With only 10 minutes left, we perused their wine and spirits section with the £17 000 bottle of scotch being a real eye opener. When we arrived at tge Oriental Mandarin Hotel, we were escorted to Dinner. The dining room is big and airy with a stunning view of Hyde Park. Our server, as we found out, had been ...
... Street, get on the Bakerloo line there and then backtrack through Paddington and on to the next stop. Such a waste of time!! We were trying to find the Hammersmith & City line – walked up and down Paddington Station. It was supposed to be on Platform 16. We were about to go to the help desk when we looked down at the ground and realised there was a strip on the ground showing you the way! Eli commented that it wasn’t vey well signed!!! My response ...