Marlin Apartments Queen Street
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... beautiful building in London, and Westminster Abbey. We could have seen all these places ourselves, but what made the tour great was all the stories, and in particular those of the monarchy. We also ended at a great pub where we had lunch. After the walking tour we headed back to the house. Here we got changed into more formal clothes, at Mat's instruction! We headed back into the city and met Mat at a pub for a drink. From here ...
... time through Green Park (9) - (aptly named of course), with the aim to get back to the hotel. On the way was passed The Ritz - and no we didn’t stop there for lunch. We settled The Cambridge, one or two doors down from the hotel, or near enough. We had delicious late (nearly 4PM) lunch, helped along by good beer and a cheerful barman. To call my lunch a chicken burger would be to do it a disservice - it was tender slices of perfectly grilled ...
... on the Millennium Bridge, snapped some photos of the Tower Bridge in distance and since the weather was really nice, we decided to walk the 2.5 miles back along the river to the hotel instead of taking the Underground. Along the way, we passed the Shakespeare Globe Theater (reconstructed), the London Eye observation wheel, Big Ben, and House of Parliament. Lots of street performers, food stands, boats, and plenty to look at. Unfortunately, I think ...
... beginning and make sure I wasn’t forgetting where I’d left off.
Friday – June 26th
Received a call first thing in the morning from a person I have been taking information from all month about an upcoming case. He was stressed out. The appeal is this week. He was worried that he’d be unable to fill out the forms correctly (he’s struggled with this in the past, resulting in failed appeals). Unfortunately, I am unable ...
... and their tiered plates were different. There was a difference between plates for one and plates for two. So how did they charge...? Sure enough, when the bill came, it was in fact 40pounds per person (plus service, of course) so we had just had a nearly-one-hundred-pound experience. One Hundred!! Pounds!!! We deliberately hadn't had lunch, so that's 15 pounds saved; an afternoon cuppa and cake can easily be 10; a normal dinner is usually at least 30 pounds, ...