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... Hill. Markets were a bit average, but OK.
Then off to Marble Arch to pick up our tickets for The Bodyguard tonight at the
Adelphi Theatre on The Strand (Stacey this is where we saw Chicago, just a fe w
metres from where we stayed when we were in PNG).
we are on the go to Earls Court. Had a beer at Place & Murph’s old local,
The King’s Head.
... I would not be partaking). However, when we arrived at our boat, loads of other Londoners had had the same idea so we were forced to go to the Rose for dinner and drinks first instead.
After a few hours we managed to get a table on our boat. I forgot to mention that the whole point of this boat thing was to watch Laurence do salsa on a boat on the Thames and laugh at him. Unfortunately for us they went in the other direction- such a wasted amount of mirth.
... original talent; showcasing the very best in global Architecture, Digital, Fashion, Furniture, Graphic, Product and Transport design.
Andrew couldn't help himself in the shop, we have lots of new design concepts to bring back. He has emailed some good links already I think. Then onto Paul Smiths design
studio, workshops, fashion show, exhibition.Sir Paul Smith an English fashion designer, whose business and reputation ...
... photos of a picture of my friend Lynn with the landmarks remembering our previous trip there; the hilarious moments with weird dorm mates in Sydney (I'm not referring to you Modest Declan!). Even the startled wake-up during the earthquake in Vancouver (which turned out to be the girl in the bunk below shagging some guy, not an earthquake!!) in retrospect is quite comedic! The biggest achievement is undoubtedly undertaking the trip as a whole. Giving up a good and ...
... that always go sideways. 4 blocks in the rain, in the dark, cursing at the time but quite comical. Not so comical for Paul who then had to turn around and take the trolley straight back like a good Boy Scout, as we'd promised. Welcome to London living! So groceries unpacked, Mac a huge helper, dinner on, we get bathed and dressed and whip up restaurant style mash, sausages and cabbage. Yum yum. Small kitchen area is conducive to cooking together having a chat, ...