BridgeStreet Circus Apartments
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... of making it. The afternoon we headed over to the Covent Garden area. It was a really neat area with street performers, tons of shopping and just a lot of fun people watching. We went for supper to a restaurant in the area and while it seemed liked a strange mix. Industrial décor, waiters dressed as monks and specialities in mussels and chicken but the food was amazing, 52 different Belgian beers to choose from and deserts to die for. ...
... for a Jameson :(. July 5th, What a hang over! We made our way to the outskirts of Yosemite National park. It was a 8 hour travel day not much of note but desert. On the 6th we visted Yosemite National park. The place was crazy beautiful, we had a intensely sweaty hike up to the top of one of the waterfalls where we enjoyed lunch, or tried to at least while defending it from the armada of squirrels attempting to steal what food ...
... the best i have ever seen!!! From there we went to the Bubba Gump
Restaurant where we did have a booking....however due to an altercation in the
kitchen being announced, we decided to give it a miss & found an Italian
restaurant also in Leicester Square, that enticed us in with a good deal... we
had a lovely meal there...We returned to the Hotel & set our alarms for 4am
Saturday morning....to catch the train back to ...
... Cow. Such a great name, how could we not try it? (That, and the pizza place we had originally wanted to go to turned out to be not sit-down but takeaway only.) It was a really good meal, and a deservedly popular place.
And finally, some observations about baths:
- They feel really good after a hard day’s walking.
- You don’t need to take your glasses off. (Stephen was looking for his after he got out, then realised he was still wearing ...
... an incredible show! For a start, half the cast is under the age of 14 and can sing and dance better than 99.9% of the adult population. The story, the music, the characters...it was all incredible and made you think about how you were going to live your life. The program, on the other hand, with all its miniature people with their list of West End shows, makes you seriously question if you have done anything with your life whatsoever. What kid that age ...