Tara's London Bed & Breakfast
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... rest of the time will be fine.
Ticked off one of the musicals on Thurs night & went to see Ronan Keating in Once. Music was great and overall enjoyable.
Went to the National Portrait Gallery on Friday late afternoon. Saw a fantastic exhibition by John Singer Sargeant, although have to confess I'd never heard of him before. Here's some of my favourites
The National Gallery in Trafalgar Square is one of the few National Galleries in the world that is still free to enter, and once entered is an art lovers haven. One can just wander from room to room, all clearly numbered and in a sequence that makes far more sense that any of the huge galleries already explored on this trip, or one can get a map which will set one back £1. These are available from the front desk, which only takes correct money as it has no change, ...
Tuesday and Wednesday were about as interesting as they could be. Classes went as normal as they could go, eagerly waiting the fourth and final "Long Weekend". Thursday after classes I finished packing before heading off to the airport, London bound. I had spent the days prior trying to find housing in the city so we could make the most of our oh-so-short weekend. Unfortunately, the lady I had been trying to contact for an apartment still hadn't gotten back to me. We ...
... in the west end and
Central part of London; East End continues to gain popularity among the
travelers who look forward to enjoy a wild and crazy night or others who love
to take a stroll around the area on a
fine Sunday evening.
s a beautiful place to be in. even we eradicate the unlimited significant features
which make the city of London worth visiting in a lifetime, then also it will remain
the most pleasant place ...
... 277 looked liked D7 from a distance - lol
I have packed, Glenis hasn't :( - we have had Philip) - our landlord for farewell drinkies, this is most unusual, but for some reason we struck up a special bond, we asked him does he normally interact with his tenants, he said No - never and he has owned this for 10 years - he called us crazy ladies and yes you are correct in thinking `has he been invited ' - of course :)