Antoinette Hotel Wimbledon
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... As many of you know Scott is a fan of the celebrity chef and Jamie. This experience added to our other top cuisine experiences. We then wandered back up Portobelo Rd and did some final souvenir shopping.
All bags are almost packed ready for the trip to Singapore tomorrow. No need to buy an extra bag but the 4th suitcase which came away empty is full.
... of the most popular areas of East End namely Shoreditch,
Clapton, Dalston and Hoxton are bringing in the newest trends in and are also attracting
huge tourists groups to march towards this end too.
vacationing in London, you can now opt for accommodation facilities in the East
end too. There are many travelers who love to spend some time by the countryside
which they certainly do not get owing to the level of excitement which ...
... Mews where all the coaches and Queen's Rolls were on display. The tour continued through the stables where some of the horses were in their stalls. Next part of the tour was the staterooms inside Buckingham Palace. All the rooms were beautiful. We were able to see the throne room, the music room where Prince George's christening was held and many other rooms where the Queen meets with important dignitaries from all parts of the ...
... a lot of its freshness and flavour. The pea puree was truly exceptional - it tasted like a garden and was so vibrant. I didn't want the dish to come to an end! Dessert came in three waves. First the boys had Millionaire Tart, which is a layer of shortbread, then caramel, and then chocolate. It was perfect. I had the gooseberry tart, which had been bruleed on the top. Then we were all served mini pot de cremes that had been infused with Earl Gray tea. And, for the big finale, we ...
... 8217;t see it a lot but every now and again someone will come on with their dog!
Eli has had a couple of funny experiences with the trains. Funny for us that is. One occasion at the underground we were running for the train and he jumped on first. The doors shut as soon as he was on though so he was by himself!! The conductor must have noticed though as the doors opened again and we were able to jump on.
Another time we all got off the train ...