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... little. Then on to Oxford Street and Regent Street and Tottenham Court. Loads of shops, loads of people around. It was most enjoyable but also tiring. Getting around on the underground is aided by having an Oyster Card (pre-purchased). Lunch was 'yukky’ baguettes (food could be better here), but it is so nice to be with Alexander. Tonight we hope to eat nearby and walk around the lovely night markets on the Thames. We are staying in a great ...
... effort of crawling along, we needed to fill up again.
Tick Tock, Tick Tock.
Having now been sat on this same seat for over 4 hours , my bum is certainly leaving a print in the brand new sparkling shiny cloth seat. Others leave hand prints in Hollywood. I was looking forward to my mistakenly ordered Kosher meal but it looks like I won’t be eating it anytime soon. Who eats a fatty chulent at ...
... place every night. Websites such as Timeout are a great place to go to find out what music events are taking place when. Some performances, particularly those along the lines of classical music, are often free to enter as well.
If you are feeling overwhelmed by the sheer choice of venues available for a night out in London, then the most important thing to remember is that if you don’t like somewhere, you can simply move ...
[the beginning of this entry was written in a jetlagged haze. The second half was written in the afternoon, after having walked off the majority of the travel-stupor] They say jet-lag is worse if you're travelling East. If so, I can't imagine how bad that's going to be on the return trip. It's 7am here in London. I've forced myself to sleep around 5 hours, waking up at 4am, wide awake after only getting to sleep at 1am. I ...
... All were assembled by 1830.
Guru, we didn't really need the starter course but I actually enjoyed my zesty appetizer 'Chicken 65' more than my main Chicken Handi Masala. More Kingfisher beer was consumed rather than spread around . Talk of Fuschia Butt, the Quito robbery, my recent junkets, J2's pending trip to Iran, African safaris plus numerous barbs and insults consumed the time. JB and J2 had a train to catch so things broke up c 2100, an excellent evening ...