Marlin Apartments - Empire Square
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... s journey there is bound to come a day where am end falls naturally. No I am not going home.
What I mean though, is that a week ago I wouldn't even have considered the idea of booking a flight home, but today I actually did. It's not for a long long time but it is a certain date that I need to be at Heathrow.
It feels scary, sad, good. All of the above.
... and types of people in one place! After a long day of walking we found a some very cool restaurants to go to! One of these was set up in 8 old shipping box cars, that they converted into a restaurant! It was probably the most unique restaurant I have been to! The sides of all the boxcars were painted with bright vibrant colors. The inside seemed very sleek and modern as well!
... you have an older brother whose shoulders you can sit on for 40 mins!! It's a tight and tough crowd, everyone pressing to get to the front. They need signs saying "little people at the front, giraffes at the back!" Bit by bit whenever someone moves an inch you have to claim their ground and ever so slowly you eventually find yourself 3 rows from the palace gates. Once the excitement was over and the crowds began to disperse we took out our step by step instructions and ...
... Zara etc. all reside on Oxford Street. People shopping at these stores are looking for a good deal, but today it is not looked down upon to do so. A wealthy woman seen shopping at Zara or any other store on the High Street would not be scolded or looked down upon for fast fashion shopping. Where as back when this article was written, those seen shopping on Oxford Street were not spoken highly of.
"A thousand such voices are always crying aloud in Oxford Street. All are ...
... construction and materials in a way that images don't properly convey.
The top gallery is full of items found just in the UK, from the Neolithic up to the 19th Century items that were inspired by neoclassical-ism with the romantic perceptions of ancient Greece and Rome. But I did sneak in some old Greek swords too (Pic 1)..
The second item is a three part travelling spoon with a carrying case. While this instance ...