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Today we drove the 5km from our flat to Notting Hill. For some unknown reason the Navman in the Renault wasn't working again. it just wouldn't wake up so we were back to reading signs.
We found a parking spot a couple of blocks from Portobello Road and walked to the markets. The sun was shining and it was a perfect day to meander through the stalls.
Clint and Dan got very excited when they found ...
... as you are your convenience. If you are seeking out to reside in the city, the Park Grand London Hyde Park region is the most wanted after sites where you can reside. The Hyde Park region is popular among the tourists and around thousands of tourists arrive here every day. If you arrive to the Hyde Park region, you will discover a number of Hyde Park inns where you can accommodate. These hotels offer you with all the contemporary amenities as well ...
... very vibrant parts of London! See pix below. I came home to hang out with my roommates and now I am writing this. I am beginning to feel more like a regular of the city and at-home in my apartment. I will be planning a lot of trips for myself soon so that I can get the experience while here. Lori will be coming to visit me in about a month :) so I will save some touristy things to do with her. Well, that's all for now. Check out my pix ...
... innuendo. My absolute favorite sketch features Stone playing a sexy female chef who is commentating her own cooking show and offers one ribald observation after another.
This was a great way for me to get a taste of Camden Fringe. The venue Hens and Chicks is a solid fit for a solo traveler. Currently, the menu seems to focus exclusively on drinks which people can take up ...
... or great victories. With good news, locals would gather around the bonfire to celebrate. The tradition of celebrating on the hill with bonfire still continues today, the last one being in 1977 to rejoice the Jubilee of Queen Elizabeth II. The tower was erected in 1800 and has served many purposes throughout its history. Most towers were built for defense purposes, but this particular tower was built for pleasure. The original owner had it built as a ...