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Application to Unicorn - late and dropped signed copy around - heaps of applications :-(
Slef loathing feeling
Met Helen 12pm
Vegetarian lunch on Neal's Yard
Free lunchtime concert 1pm - scanned
Frédéric Chaudière - violinist from Royal Orchestra - composer and played viola
now in Paul Hamlin Hall - ...
Some of the most famous restaurants in Hyde Park are:
1. Serpentine Restaurant
2. Serpentine Bar & Kitchen
3. JW Steakhouse
4. Alain Ducasse at The Dorchester
5. Monmouth Coffee - The Borough
6. Park Room and Library at Grosvenor House
7. Corrigan's Mayfair
8. Dinner by Heston Blumenthal
9. The Promenade at The Dorchester
10. Bar Boulud
11. The Grill at The Dorchester
12. CUT ...
... within these walls from mthods of torture to the royalty that have been housed there, some there choice others not so lucky and some that never left there. The crown jewels was a highlight of the Tower. From here we walked up to the Tower Bridge and took our photos. It was then a long walk home which an hour and then off to the same place as last night for a cheap but good dinner. Finally we got back to our hotel and we were in for the night.
... we would each pick our favorite painting, and then would try to guess each others choices.
But time waits for no man, and before we knew it, it was time to meet up with yet another Canadian outside the museum. When my friend Elora, who I know from way back at Canterbury High School, heard I was in London at the same time as her she shot me a quick message and I invited her to join the tour. Our group swelled to four Canadians - but could London handle it?
... of the road. It seemed very strange to cross incoming traffic when turning left. The roundabouts are also tricky and exiting into the right-hand lane was not intuitive.
After hours of motorway driving, we eventually made it to the camp site we were staying in Amsterdam. Unfortunately by the time we got there, it was 10 o’clock at night so we had to put our tents up in the dark. The camp site was called "Camping Zeeburg Amsterdam" and was a hybrid concept between ...