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... One of the most
endearing parts of the market was the variety of British Pubs in the area. My
favorite that we explored was the Worlds’ End Pub. Apparently my friend Jessica
has her named scratched into one of the tables there. Despite a thorough search
neither Judith nor myself could find it.
We ate a cheap market food dinner outdoors on a bench until
it was time for our Pub Crawl to begin. Pub Crawls are an excellent way to get
acquainted with ...
... you could hear the euphoric sigh of relief from the inmates when it was finally announced we could board the plane. It almost caused a stampede as 100 or so people rushed towards the exit door.
We settled into our seats on the not so new aircraft and waited for take-off. Our departure from Russia did evoke mixed feelings within us - we were happy to be continuing on with our journey but sad that our time in this fascinating country had come to an ...
... 6. Crisps = potato chips
5. Saloon = 4 door sedan
4. White van man = contractor typically driving a white van in a hurried fashion, unlikely to yield to pedestrians (in honor of John Haywood)
3. Cats Eyes Removed - Road construction workers are not out to blind the local pet cats, rather they have removed the center line pavement reflectors.
2. Nappy = ...
... THAT THE QUEEN WAS COMING TO WESTMINSTER TO CELEBRATE THE 60th ANNIVERSARY OF HER CORONATION!
Little known fact (okay, lots of people know it) - While the Queen has been the Monarch for 61 years (last year was her Diamond Jubilee) she wasn't actually crowned until around 13 months later on June the 4th.
So, since I had dedicated a large amount of time to see Westminster and the HoP, I decided to wait. I scored an awesome place ...
... is in fashion, as, dressed in two cardigans, a borrowed coat from Leah and my trusty scarf I ventured forth to catch the number 23 red double decker bus to Charing Cross. It was a lovely ride through the heart of London, passing icons like Piccadilly Circus and Trafalgar Square. I walked up Charing Cross road to my destination, Grant & Cutler Bookshop at Foyles. As it was Sunday I had another half an hour before opening time and found a quaint little tea ...