The Mitre in Greenwich
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- Continental Breakfast
- Breakfast Available
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wireless internet connection in room (free)
- Room service
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... were lots of "installations" of pebbles and shells, placed beautifully on tables or in baskets. The dusting would be horrendous.
From there we got a taxi back to the B&B to pick up our bags and continue back into town to the station, but we were early enough that we could catch the 1.15 instead of the 1.30. We got straight though to London King's Cross in 50 minutes, then walked about 1/2 a km to the underground for ...
... mad and loud and went through 4 bottles of vodka in 1.5h it was still a wonderful night. Busy. And there was one guy who wanted to pour a pint and by 11pm, I was fine with it. He was sensible...well until he sculled the pint.
It was St Patrick's Day and I was working upstairs (loved it) and there was music downstairs. I could hear the music from upstairs and it was very good. At the ...
... gave her a proposal. She charges my phone. I get her milk. So there I was, running around a part of London I barely knew trying to get milk while my phone was left behind the counter of the coolest cafe in London. It worked out for both of us though. We both got what we needed. And then I went to my show, My Night With Reg. I related to one of the characters quite a bit which scared me haha. And that was it. My day of stardust and milk was over. Lisa ...
... was of course the National Gallery, the huge and historic gallery in Trafalgar Square. Joy is doing a separate piece on this, as it was very much her baby, and the rest of this bit deals with Michael's nostalgic wanderings around his old student haunts.
After a walk around the National to see their collection of Dutch masters, plus some Raphaels and a few others, I set off walking to see how much of London I could still find. Charing Cross Road was much ...
... unit now and where we are heading.
A quiz followed this and then beer pong. I was now getting distinctly bored but it was almost four, so I'd have to find something else for three hours to fill until the show later. Thankfully Lucie came to my rescue. I had thought she had gone but hadn't seen her leave, but she had been out shopping and returned for another drink at the bar, bring me a card and gift to be opened tomorrow for ...