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... Java House, the American restaurant with the excellent coffee. I’m already tired at 6:30pm and I have 30 more hours ahead of me before I reach a bed. I order a double shot latte and a grilled chicken salad. I have SO MISSED CHICKEN. And it’s delicious. Philip gets a burger and fries, which also looks amazing. I tell him this restaurant can’t be too American if the menu lists French fries as "chips". “But I know the ...
... various courtyards and buildings that were built throughout the centuries laid Roman origins still in existence. After the tour, we enjoyed our first night in London with a delicious dinner at a popular Thai restaurant and drinks at O'Neils (the popular Thursday Night destination for students in London). After tasting a "recommended" pint of London beer, we realized how spoiled we were with great beer in Germany.. To say the least, the pint of beer almost tasted worse than ...
... br> Cocoa wild boar lasagne in Aria, Ventiane - not local, but so welcome after 3 months of rice.
Steak and Spaghetti, Nashville - Ollie's birthday meal consisted of a giant steak with a full portion of spaghetti and meatballs. It was a good day.
We can't mention them all, but here's a short list of some of our most memorable days:
Iguazu Falls - our first sighting of the falls blew our minds. We still ...
... very much in jet lagged humerous mode you should try living with him.......its a laugh a minute!!!!! Love to all from jane and johnxxxxxxxxx
anne from the cliffs! on Feb, 11 2014 at 3:10PM
amazing blog great hearing from you my you are going to have amazing adventures.! wouldn't want to use the pool after you john! love you guys but your mean keeping all that sun and warmth to yourselfs. ******* down here as usua! marnie and all send you there love. im ...
... endeared the stiff, formal monarchy and its regimented ways to my heart. We couldn't see what was happening through the throngs, so we waited patiently beside the Victoria Memorial for the guards to depart and march back to their barracks, which they did right in front of where we were standing, so I managed to get a number of good photos as they passed.
Once that was done, we made our way down the Birdcage Walk towards the Houses ...
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