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... of those benches by the side of the lake and experience the tranquility for some more time. This lake is truly one of the few places in the capital city of England which lets the travelers to get away from the hustle bustle of the city. You must treasure your experience over here in order to come up with a beautiful life back from the trip.
Serpentine has taken its name from its snakelike curving shape. It is an artificial lake which has been design to appear ...
... characters will be in them. As we're talking Jack comes up and says we have to leave, he got barged in on in the toilets as he was racking up a line, he had coke on his phone and his cock in his hand, the bouncer gave him a long overdue reach around and kicked us all out. Since we are on a rooftop club, there's no way down but in the elevator, I was unsure if they'd have called the cops to be waiting outside, luckily though we just got kicked out, Ganzer and I still had ...
... I spent many a good afternoon moving amongst these great paintings, so it was good to make their acquaintance again. In particular I enjoyed the familiar sight of the Ambassadors by Holbein, a thought provoking work even today. The two girls had fun working out the emblematic importance of parts of the painting(like the crucifix partially hidden behind the curtain in the background and the fascinating manner in which the elongated skull creates an illusion ...
... sat in confusion and sudden realisations that no one had stopped us from wanting and planning and going to travel, and that we were actually really properly doing it. These thoughts would pop up frequently throughout the rest of the day, placing both of us in daydreamy states where we found ourselves simply going through the motions as if part of a dream. As if we'd done it before. Our first stop from Victoria Station was a map directly outside the ...
... Even though it is only a replica, the building and history was fascinating.
Lunch along the way, walked over Tower Bridge and went on a Themes river cruise. Decided to sit on the boat to rest our legs. We went up to Greenwhich where 1 o'clock is accurately measured each day. Headed back along the river to Westminster Abbey stop.
Walked through Trafalgar Square, West End and caught the underground back to Queensway for dinner.
Lot's of walking, very tired, a great ...