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... at a Gordon Ramsay owned restaurant- the Savoy
Grill. Neither Eric nor I have been to a fancier restaurant and the food was
very delicious. Following this we walked around the corner to the Royal Opera
House (with a stop off at the Disney store of course) to see Don Quixote
performed by the Royal Ballet. It was extra exciting as not only was it
choreographed and envisioned by Carlos Acosta, one of my favourite male
dancers, but the lead role was performed by ...
... display the group was passing and said, "We're going to miss our connection!" Wagsy and Seastar examined the board and it was decided that, yes there was a delay to the group leaving Copenhagen, but it shouldn't be enough to make them miss their connecting flight in London. Unfortunately for Chel Ro and the gang, they were wrong. You see, the delay became longer and longer as they waited in ...
... Work was the usual.
But on the trip home I met an unusual Londoner. He was sitting opposite me with a what a presume to be drunk/tired/unconscious girl leaning on his shoulder. And he started up a conversation with me. On a tube in London, that is a rare skill to have and it freaks a lot of people out. I was taken by surprise, but good surprise!
Some people ...
... had been sold at a price affordable for ordinary people. http://www.canalmuseum.org.uk/
Also along the Regents Canal is the Ragged School Museum. This museum unfolds the fascinating history of Dr. Thomas John Barnardo’s dedication to help “waifs and strays…to feed, clothe and educate them”. His legacy continues today as a charity providing local support in counseling, ...
... England and divided into 9 large stones and several smaller ones. The largest of these is set in a sceptre that was on display and the diamond is about the size of a babies fist. I also thought the queen mum's crown was lovely, it was all diamonds and purple fabric, as opposed to the other crowns and items on display which featured a multitude of different jewels, which honestly looked a little tacky. I felt that the queen mums crown having only the diamonds made it look more elegant. ...