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... Regularly the gardens were opened on Saturday and Sunday, and an afternoon of amusement and dancing would be tainted by serving tea.
In 1864 the lady manager of the Aerated Bread Company initiated the custom of serving food and beverage to her consumers. Her finest customers were favoured with tea. After that everyone was requesting for the same treatment.
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... make it. We have invited the girls from Topdeck now, who we were meant to originally catch up with anyway. Hannah and Charla are who we want to see, Victoria bailed, Maddi replaced her ... we knew Maddi was coming but we were so bored we just had to accept the fact.
She came with fury, with pap, with the savoir faire to perforate any ear drum in the building ... and a **** boyfriend who I had no interest in shaking hands with. This was it, at the worst possible ...
... a half time.
It took 73 days to sail from Australia to London.
It is 84m long.
After we went to the Gypsy Moth for lunch I had a burger with chips . It was delicious, after lunch I went to the Observatory and looked at all the old telescopes when we left we had a ice-cream I had a boysenberry ...
... frowned upon.
Day 1 - New City, New Lists
We arrived in London by air late afternoon. Thanks to London’s tube, we were able to avoid a $120 cab ride to our hotel. This was our first and only hotel stay in Europe. We stayed at the Park Lane – fantastic location, nice staff, okay rooms. After we settled in, we set off to eat a fancy Pret-A-Manger dinner in Green Park. We sat and watched as a team of what seemed to be university ...
... full of history, I would highly recommend stopping here while in London.
Once I had finished admiring the beautiful buildings around me, I made the short walk toward the National Gallery, l ended up spending hours in here as it was so intriguing and interesting to read the story of each historic piece. For an older group of school students ...