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... you can think of my Pilgrim connections here in London.
The Pilgrims' momentous journey is commemorated by the aptly named Mayflower Pub, which was built in 1780. I stopped there for an early dinner of steak and Guinness pie -- classic pub grub -- and Aspall cider from Suffolk. I loved the sign in the pub that said "We are dog friendly. Paws on the floor please." Actually, the entire country is dog friendly: I’ve seen ...
... film. It's one of those shows in which 4 people are playing over 100 roles and so it's fast paced and very funny. What I liked more than the show was the informality of the theater. People were allowed to bring their drinks to their seat even though there were no cup holders and during the intermission, they sold little cups of ice cream along with other refreshments, right inside the theater--not the lobby.
... onto the streets of London instead escaping the rush and noise of the city into the tiny Bar Termini before visiting Yotam Ottolenghi's Nopi Restaurant in London. Ottolenghi is Jerusalem born but he resides in London at present. He came here originally to pursue a PHD after finishing his studies at Tel Aviv University. Instead he enrolled in a culinary program at Le Cordon Bleu and the rest is ...
... war and what an amazing man Winston Churchill was. That is the only way I learn history well, through really being able to see what happened. After taking in the city for a while longer, we happened on a sign pointing to Buckingham Palace. So we stopped by to see the Queen (ok not really we just saw the outside), but we did get to see some of the famous Buckingham Palace Guards. We then stopped for dinner and ...
... to go there by myself. I would honestly rather eat at home alone. Oh well- at least I tried!
Today I met up with a great girl from Yale, Lynsey. We met because she was my 'buddy' from the Yale Law Journal that talked me through the process of applying. She is super sweet! We met at the Tower of London- a super old military fort where the King/Queen used to live. She also brought a friend that she works with here in London from UVA ...
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