The Clarendon Hotel - Blackheath Village
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... really strong French cheeses, light and nutty British cheeses and one with cloves and nutmeg in it which won me over.
I think I might get some to take to Tim and Chris's later this week. They always have such lovely food - I need to up my game a bit.
I wandered around with some money in my pocket, getting fruits and vegetables and fresh eggs, and cheese and all really ...
Last week was holiday so I could go to Berlin, this week I was planning to be at work but the business had decreed that all holiday was to be taken before the end of the year and I had 4.5 days left. With the next two weeks booked already for the Christmas holidays I could only use the days in this week, and with the company lunch being Wednesday afternoon it made sense to me that I should be working for that bit of the week.
... homework, and job searching; its exhausting! But out of all the problems in the world, I am glad that that is all I have on my plate. I am so grateful to be right where I am (which is currently at the desk in my room, across from Katrin, and my hot water bottle in my lap). By the way, I'll probably have to whip out my winter coat for my trip up to Scotland.
Well, I will try to blog when I can to give updates on my trip. Cheers!
... Zara etc. all reside on Oxford Street. People shopping at these stores are looking for a good deal, but today it is not looked down upon to do so. A wealthy woman seen shopping at Zara or any other store on the High Street would not be scolded or looked down upon for fast fashion shopping. Where as back when this article was written, those seen shopping on Oxford Street were not spoken highly of.
"A thousand such voices are always crying aloud in Oxford Street. All are ...
... of hours soaking up all the history and majesty of this beautiful structure - St Paul's Cathedral. It was first built in 604AD, then burnt down, then re-built, then burnt down again, until Sir Christopher Wren built the present structure of beauty, dedicated for daily worship, some 1400 years ago.
We were so enthralled by all the exquisite detail throughout the cathedral and had a bit of a stiff neck from gazing upward for so long at all the ...