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... you can find the city in a completely
new way. Most of the inns are situated in a planned position, which is bounded
by all the enthusiasm that the metropolis has to present. It is near to the major
airports Stansted, Gatwick, and Heathrow. The hotels provide a winning mixture
of technology, design, hospitality as well ...
... London Pavilion which was originally built in 1859 to function as a music hall. Many years later after a great deal of renovations, it was transformed into a shopping arcade which is connected with the Trocadero Centre.
The original Chinatown that was established in London was in the Limehouse area when most of the Chinese migrants who came to London settled there. They mainly worked in the dockyard area and ...
Yesterday afternoon we went to the West End to take in "The Book of Mormon". It was hysterical and it's always wonderful to see a show here in one of these lovely little theatres. We had great seats and the crowd roared with laughter right along with us.
Then, a quick stop at a local pub on the historical Carnaby Street seemed in order. A mixture of young people seeing the world and old City guys having a quick drink before they face the train home; ...
... and some cars even moved over. So off I went....went around 10 kms of traffic jam...felt good. Next thing I knew I was in Dunkirk.
Too cool...I wanted to find the evacuation beaches so off I went....I ended up in the center of town....and I see this really cool church all shot up and a memorial. I pull on the sidewalk and am trying to sort myself....and I am swiveling me head a bit and I felt a presence..... I looked to my left...and there is a city bus ...
... lying on the pebbles in the sun. Freddy discovered how much fun it was to throw pebbles into the sea. He convinced Yiayia Toula to sit down on the beach, we all needed to pull her up when it was time to go. Evening - caught up with Connie and ...