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... Museum. He was very cordial but I think felt a bit sorry for us, and offered us his umbrella. Politely declining, as we had our raincoats on, we said goodbye. As we began our trek down to the museum, he was waiting for us, and insisted we take his umbrella! And that I say, sums up the hospitable nature of the this country and its people. Everyone ...
... was a real rip off. £49 - our most expensive meal and it was only two mains and a juice. You had to pay an extra 12% service fee (only on one page of the menu in the tiniest print pointed out to us afterwards), you had to pay for boiled rice - £3.30 for about 1.5 C small serve. Vern had a butter chicken (very unusual with coconut like a Korma) and I had a Prawn curry starting with B. The food was ok - but I have had a lot better at home. We were ...
... Park where we change to
the Victoria line (light blue) to Oxford Circus. B4 would, I am
certain, prefer a car and driver but I thrive on public transportation when
traveling even though I eschew it at home. She says nothing about my downscale
transit plan and for that I love her even more.
From Oxford Circus we walk east one block on Oxford Street,
north 8 more on Great Portland and then just two more on Foley Street to number
... to have shared some amount of the last 24 months with.
When I came to London, I expected fun, frolics and hilarious tales to pass on. Whilst there were certainly elements of that, what I truly found 2 years later was a more mature me. One that didn't act in ways to appease others, but one who embraced the diversity of all around her and one who felt truly content in just living as a result of the fulfilment of the ...
... the Evensong in the afternoon. The Westminster Abbey boys choir sang us through a kind of service, which was really beautiful, except for the 10 line hymn that they somehow made into a 15 minute song?!?
Sunday we did the Hop on and off bus to see Trafalgar Square, Big Ben and Parliament, the London Eye, Piccadilly Circus, Marble Arch, Ritz Hotel, Hyde Park, Natural History Museum, Albert Memorial, Buckingham Palace, St. Paul's Cathedral, ...
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