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... it was crazy but i did and it was so much fun. we went out for tea at this gorgeous fancy restaurant called Gymkhana which had real 'swanky' indian food (which is how my friend described it as). then off for drinks at the local night clubs, i couldn't remember there names but they were pretty funky if you ask me.
Best night so far. ...
... Shop', and ducked in to have a squiz. While we were in there I got very confused because they played the theme song from 'Black Adder'. I had to ask Will whether they knew what they were playing and that Rowan Atkinson was kind of taking the **** out of the royals, and learned that apparently it was a royal song first. I don't know what occasion it's for though? We walked around St. James's Park to Churchill's War Rooms. This is the labyrinth of underground rooms and ...
... As soon as you enter,
you will get an affectionate welcome from the gatekeeper team. At this inn, you
can find out lavishness living at reasonably priced rates. The high class
dining services at the eating-place gives you the chance of taste gourmet meal.
The wellness treatments, which are provided at these inns, are elite ...
... past the Sherlock Holmes museum, took a left at Selfridges, travelled along Oxford then Regent streets and on through Piccadilly Circus, through the West End with its shows that run for generations, around Trafalgar Square and past Nelsons column, Charring Cross station, crossed the Thames at Waterloo bridge and finally alighted at Southbank. Wow! Ambling along Southbank we stopped in at the Tate Modern for a shot of culture and ...
... in one hand and books in another soaking up the east coast of Scotland as we made our way back to London. But no journey to London is complete without... HIGH TEA at the one and only RITZ! I could spend all day in that atmosphere! Lots of pretty details, a little old man rocking out on the the Grand Piano, scones with jam and cream, more scones with jam and cream, ribbon sandwiches and lots of sweet treats! Well, adios Great Britain, you've been good to ...