Ryder Street Chambers Serviced Apartments
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Two weeks to fit in more of vibrant London, fortunate to be staying at a friend's flat in Tooting (Mitcham) while she's elsewhere. Short train ride from there to Wimbledon Village. On "London Open House" weekend I visited Portcullis House (government offices and meeting rooms), two concert venues and Two Temple Place, a former residence of Lord Astor. Attended a concert at St. John's Smith Square given by The Tallis Scholars - they are excellent.
... on their locker (so they remember which is their's I suppose!!) and unlike many clubs who sit players together by zone, John Terry lets them sit with their mates. So you actually see they end up sitting by language group! Anyway they are well catered for.
After 3 hours touring we headed back on the tube to rest up before getting ready to hit the Theatre. Luke had the choice before we came away and it was Mamma Mia that he picked and it ...
... tourists, and no cars in sight. It was a great way to experience the heart of the city. From Regent St we walked down to Piccadilly Circus and then Oxford Street, felt just like we were playing a game of monopoly. By the time we had walked across the entire city it was nearly 4pm and we were exhausted after walking over 20km from one end to the other. We headed back to the hotel for a quick freshen up and then got ready for our fancy dinner booking at Dinner ...
... the three of them. Lovely family photos. So I hope this answers any questions you might have. We'll be here now till Williams funeral next Friday. There with him as he finishes his journey on this earth. There to support M&H's who have made us enormously proud with the way they are dealing with this. Something no one should ever have to deal with. We'll then fly home next weekend sometime. Love to you all till next time. ...
... of Crime” being presented by Wellcome Collection on Euston Road tries to clear the air regarding the myths of forensic medicine. The exhibition is open to the public on the First Friday of the month until 10pm. It covers various aspects ranging from crime scene to courtroom and focuses on how it has been used by different cultures at different times to collect evidence from violent crime scenes.
The art world ...