St Christopher's Oasis at the Orient
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TravelPod Member ReviewsSt Christopher's Oasis at the Orient London
Quiet and easy stay in the oasis.... Of course my first room is at the top of 5 flights of stairs! Hello 20kg backpack!
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... you'll be here till Tuesday. It was very entertaining. And the poor man must be doing that all weekend.
It's a long weekend, too. When we arrived in London the first time it was Easter, so a 4-day long weekend, although it was more often referred to as a Bank Holiday than Easter. And that was the start of a 2-week school holiday, which made us a bit concerned about getting accommodation while we were travelling, but in the end it wasn't a problem at all. And now here we ...
9am, currently 17* high expected to be 19* Not a lot to report to day, but I have to say how Impressed I have been over the 8+weeks of Kevin's increasing skills with the iPad. The Daily News icon, I have saved for him, (I usually get ready for my day about then) he reads on line. Rugby of course, that's all available as well. He calls out the obituaries, sorry to see that Bob Sharrock had passed away, and other various pieces that he thinks would interest me. We have developed quite ...
... in general. We took the bus back to the train to the tube and to covent gardens stop. Covent gardens is an area of London with a **** ton of shopping. Indoor, outdoor, you name it. Big stores, mom and pops, stands, bars and restaurants. everyone decided to grab food and it was so chaotic, I decided to bow out and not eat. I was leaving the group anyway. They were all going to see dogfight the musical and I was not. I continued to walk around covent gardens and then off ...
... this parade is in the middle of the day. But it goes all day, and all night. The star was Eurovision winner Conchita Wurst.
So from Regent Street to the Thames, London is covered in rainbow flags, streamers and boys & girls in short shorts and loose singlets. On Monday I went looking for Rupert St, and found it in SoHo. It was covered in the detritus of partying, torn streamers, and hung over partyboys in the cafes outside the gay bars.
I went to Camden Markets today with Lydia.
It was nice to just wander the stalls and see what there was. We are both magpies though, as anything that sparkled had both of our attention!
And of course the circus shop Odd Balls had me too!
We didn't stay a huge time at the markets, and instead I went into town to Queens Theatre to go for a walk with Carrie between shows.