Marlin Apartments - Empire Square
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Tonight I went to see Benedict Cumberbatch in Hamlet at the Barbican Centre. For those of you who aren't familiar with Cumberbatch, he plays Sherlock Holmes in the BBC/PBS series "Sherlock." He was also Khan in “Star Trek Into Darkness” and the voice of Smaug in the Hobbit movies, among other roles.
The production ends its three-month run on October 31, and it’s been virtually sold ...
... been moved to the 22 nd floor with great views of the city..so we are happy campers..They moved our bags up while we were out. We met up with Bill & Barb and went out to tea at a different Pub . Then on the way home we stopped in at McDonalds for an Icecream and ....can you believe it..their machine was broken down ! So we settled instead for a Drumstick from Marks & Spencer.. Not quite the same ... Early night tonight so that's ...
... a quest to find the meridian. We had decided not to pay to go into the observatory just to do the line, but we headed that way anyway. We used the GPS on our phone to get an approximation of crossing. And then peeked through the gates at the official line. And then back to the rail station to go home. We were tired and didn't want to do anything exotic for dinner, so we just went to the local Pizza Express. By our American standards, it was just ...
... not cafe. The breakfasts looked good but we were strong and stuck to our one breakfast per day rule. :) Cruised around our first, second or third (lost count) shopping visit.......working up our appetite for an Ottolenghi lunch. Decided to jump on a double decker and make it up to Islington to try the Otto experience. We found it, we ordered it and we absolutely ...
... toys for the train journey and we soon became friends and thus everyone was happy for the entire journey!
We were at Kings Cross station before we knew it! We had a competition to see who would be the first one to spot a red double-decker London bus! It didn’t take too long to have a winner! I was very excited!
It took us a few minutes to get organised and off the train. The downside of our new carriage was that we had ...