Chalk Lane Hotel
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... dance at the back! Gotta get the full experience you know!
It was a great concert especially since the last one was cancelled... so in effect I had been waiting six months for it! I knew all the words (probably the only person who did), danced, sang and LOVED it!
It is quite amusing that we came to London to see NZ gigs.. but there you go.
... quaint, right? Well not exactly. It is an upscale and swanky Italian restaurant that is definitely not a cafe. But the food was AMAZING. I savored every bite of my food. I had some kind of ravioli and then homemade chocolate ice cream! I wish I could go back and just keep re-eating that meal. It certainly ended our London experience with a bang! For our last night out, we wanted to go somewhere different so we searched Yelp for nightlife. Long story short, we got denied by ...
... some cracking shots of downtown London and Steve had a chat with a very British looking information guide called Cliff, replete with bowler hat and suit. Who was from Perth, Western Australia. We then jumped on some of Boris's bikes again and steamed down to Buckingham Palace to fight the hordes of French and Danish school kids here (bloody tourists!) to squeeze in a few shots of what is a particularly unattractive building. Up to Trafalgar Square to fight off the pigeons and ...
... London while I can before I hopefully get a job.
Last week I spend the day exploring 'Notting Hill', which is an affluent area of the west end of London. I liked the wide open spaces. The area had lots of nice designer vintage stores, antique stalls and restaurants. Even during a week ...
... Garden to spend the morning (and what a cold yet beautiful morning it was).
First of all we purchased tickets to The Lion King for 7.30. What a great purchase!
Then we just started wandering. Wherever we went there was classic English architecture and beautiful stalls and shops. We would turn around and the next 'wow' was already out of our mouths.
We spent hours just wandering around, grabbing lunch, doing some shopping (a person just can't help but walking ...