The Clarendon Hotel - Blackheath Village
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... a great castle, full of history and culture. An amazing place and a must see place while in London, The tour guide was witty and informative, took about a good 1hr and half. Luckily I arrived early and avoided the main entrance, which was full of eager tourists. A school group would like this as it was an unusual experience.
The London Bridge was a short walk from ...
... making you want it more and with it being so easily accessible, people will just keep grabbing! I would like to share this with my old F&B teacher at Kendall, Mr. Mott.
Anywho! We made our way home and I took a nap. I forgot how exhausting shopping could be! I worked on some homework, did a workout with Katrin, made dinner, and then....another movie night! This time we watched "Silver Linings Playbook". Sort of an odd film but I like those ...
... This ended up being a huge market with high quality goods and food stalls with every ethnic food you could think of. I spent a good couple hours here looking around. I found more oil paintings too tempting not to buy. I ended up not because I had 10 pounds left for next two days. I bought a 10 minute massage and gifts instead. The lady told me I was very tense.. Really I had no idea--I haven't been getting daily back massages from my boyfriend in weeks and I've ...
... tube station bound for Baker Street station and Dans current obsession at 221B Baker Street, the home of the famous consulting detective Sherlock Holmes. We waited for over an hour in the lovely grey sky and drizzle to get into the museum. David waited in line while we went to the gift shop. Detective Dan bought himself a genuine Sherlock Holmes deerstalker hat. He is just loving the way he looks in it, not sure how ...
As I have done on this day for the last 23 years, I made pancakes this morning. In spite of not being my best effort, we wolfed our way through two double batches, and left none for the freezer.
Paddy and I then went into the London Eye, although it was overcast and threatening to rain. Our bus took us down Cheapside, Threadneedle Street, the Strand, Fleet Street. So incredibly interesting. We had a ...