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... Kathryn were planning for a few drinks and a catch up so Bonnie and I caught a double decker bus (up the top and at front of course) and made our way back in to the city of London where we got off at Leicester Square and caught the tube back to Paddington.
We met Daniel back at the hotel and headed out for a simple serve of Fish and Chips, which were ok then after another full day, we went to bed. I vaguely heard Danielle stumble in at some ungodly ...
... nights, debate nights, old movie nights, evening sewing classes / socials.
Tonight we attended the monthly Ballroom Dancing evening. The first hour is a lesson in one particular dance. You learn by yourself, with a partner, and then you switch partners learning with all different dancing experiences. As we walked in all the tables and chairs from the day had disappeared, in fact they were stacked up outside, and the wooden floor is awaiting its new partner. There was ...
... lady of the seas, the Queen Mary 2 really is a very special experience and one that I am so pleased to have done. Crossing the Atlantic by ship has been something I have wanted to do for quite some time. Being on this Voyage on board the QM2 is definitely the way to do it.
Cruising the Caribbean is not something I thought I would be doing again so soon after our South and Central American adventure of a lifetime and certainly not on a ...
... caper-shallot salad and a pile of Welsh sea salt. Scoop the marrow onto the toast, sprinkle some salt and finish with a pile of parley...beautiful! The sprats were the best example of St. John's unapologetically simple food: five smoked fish, head on, tail on, served cold on a plate alongside a heap of grated horseradish. That was it, and it was fabulous! After the long wait of '13, we finally received our entrees. Again, the dishes were exceedingly reminiscent ...
Our day started with a tour of the state rooms at Buckingham Palace. The grandeur and splendor of the palace is stunning. The rain set in hard so we had to forgo our tour of the gardens. Ah well, something for next time. The rain let up a bit later so we took a leisurely walk through Green Park and up Bond Street. It seemed a good idea to go see ...
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