London Court Hotel
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... 8211; Manger – all over the United Kingdom – Mushroom risotto soup, Beet, squash, feta, quinoa, kale, pea salad bowl, Salmon and endame bean salad bowl, Bircher muesli mix, various sandwiches,
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Jet lag may have set in as I was abed late and up at 5.35. So I went for a run/walk over the river and along the Southbank to the city. No one around - feels like a film set when it is like that and keep expecting a rabid pack of zombies around every corner!! No zombies, managed to find a bacon sarnie back in Covent Garden. First activity of the day was Ascending The Monument. The monument was finished in 1677 to commemorate the great fire of London. ...
... to get us into the building (it's a self check-in apartment). Of course, I check the email closely and see that ONE of us had given the wrong address when Sam was organising the car (I won't name names, but it was Will!)... So, after 27 hours of travelling we pull out the tube map and figure out how we're going to get to our accommodation, debating whether we just get a taxi. It looks reasonably easy, just ...
... line-height: 25.5599994659424px;">I was going in as a walk in patient. Basically what that means is I take a seat and get dealt with when they have space.
I quickly got upgraded to urgent patient...when I walked in, blacked out and collapsed on the floor.
So my entire afternoon was spent semi awake, on a drip with blood samples being taken.
... remember Alexander Saddig who played Julian Bashir the medical officer; he co-stars as Saladin in this play.
Attached are two photographs that I took inside the theater before being told “No photography”. Both show the standing area next to the stage where folks pay only 5 Great Britain pounds (GBP), about $8.50, to see the play if their legs can take. It’s been said that at least one person collapses during each performance.
The West End ...