No 5 Doughty Street
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... went to an yee olde English pub near Drury Lane (I had a
record of Monty Python Live at Drury Lane – so I was thrilled J). Had a different pint of ale; again quite nice
and quite cool. Lively place.
We then walked to Oxford St (shopping Cass like you wouldn’t
believe) and explored some of the shops – way too many to visit them all. From Oxford St we went down Regent St to the
biggest toy shop I have ever seen (Hamsley ...
... workers were on strike. City buses are the way to go. Big red double deckers that many of the commercial tour companies copy. We literally traveled to every part of central London (and from Heathrow to London when we arrived)...on an Oyster card I bought for 10£. Buses run every 5-10min and when you sit on the top deck you have a unique view of London as you wind through the neighborhoods. You can ride either the bus or the tube all day and you'll never be charged more ...
... really winding down. I breakfasted on Harrods' Terrace on the 4th floor and meandered the store looking for gifts, mostly for me! Driving gloves and a wine corkscrew took my fancy so these are my mementos of walking 2 continents and three countries in 3 weeks. Home to Carshalton in the afternoon while large storm passed over London. A load of washing (the practical aspect of the trip) completed, it was back into London to meet Danny and Bec for dinner at ...
... upon his menswear. His first Australian store was opened in Melbourne in 2012. A great exhibition of his life's work.
From here to St Paul's Cathedral for the Vigil Easter service. We decided to be Protestant for the time in London and attend this Church of England service. Although 2 hour long with baptisms and confirmations the service had the full choir of boys and men and the Bishop of London as celebrant. ...
... a delicious picnic, complete with wine and cheese, under the backdrop of the mesmerising Eiffel Tower and enjoyed the view (which was spectacular post rain storm). To complete the evening, we made a quick change of wardrobe and headed off to the cabaret. An evening of glitz and glamor (onstage) and champagne for us girls, it was like stepping back in time into a 1940's movie musical (with a wardrobe malfunction twist). With signing and dancing showgirls, ...