BridgeStreet Circus Apartments
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... time and we finally made it... It's not much...and we now see them everywhere... Nice walk though! After that we had some lunch and then set off down Oxford street, to Hyde Park where I'm certain some royalty drove past, to the Diana memorial fountain, then to Kensington Palace! We didn't go into the palace as Simmo wasn't interested and I wasn't fussed just happy walking around on a beautiful sunny day. Monday night we tried to go to Gordon's Wine Bar which was apparently King ...
Well so much for being on time with the blogs. Jet lag got the best of me last night, so I'm working a day behind again.
Woke up this morning to a bit of snow on the rooftops! Sadly it melted before too long but still - snow!
Spent most of my time today split between the Natural History Museum and the Science Museum - two of my favourites. The NHM is in one of my favourite buildings as well, the main hall is simply gorgeous. (And is home to Dippy, a cast of ...
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... original sub stage machinery. Its current seating capacity is 786. Built as the Royal Avenue Theatre, it opened on 11 March 1882 with 679 seats.
The Millennium Bridge, officially known as the London Millennium Footbridge, is a steel suspension bridge for pedestrians crossing the River Thames in London, linking Bankside with the City of London. Construction of the bridge began in 1998, with the opening in June 2000.
... the evening with dinner back up the canal at a fabulous little Italian restaurant called Cafe Laville, it is sited on a bridge above the canal, we sat outside (Mantha and Brendan kept saying how mild it was - and it was!) and watched narrowboats passing below us. Magical night, with a lovely young couple. They left in a cab, we walked home and Sher managed to VIBER us on the way, so was nice to have her accompany ...