Club Quarters At Trafalgar Square
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We thought today would be a great for getting around to see the sights the traditional English way, on a double decker bus. As most of the tour buses leave from outside our hotel, we didn't have far to walk, and we chose Big Bus. Fortunately, the London weather was good to us when we set off, so we sat at the front of the upper deck with a proper English man providing commentary as we crossed back to the northern side of the Thames and ...
... anymore. The men's wear shop"Austin & Reed has moved into Fenchurch St op Plantation House. Wandered down to see the East or is it West India Arms is still there too. Feeling a tad worn out, I headed toward home. Came across a Marks & Spencer shop, massive, with very nice "real material" clothing, we'll made and nicely priced. I actually tried on 3 pieces of lovely pure linen pants, a blouse/shirt & another pants. If only I had room in my bag, aaahhhhh. Anyway ...
It's 16:04 o'clock and here's a list of people and inanimate objects and concepts that are annoying me this very moment: 1. The woman giving me a satanic glare for eating an apple at the only volume one can humanly consume it at. *disclaimer: to play devils advocate with myself I'm the size of her femur and I'm curled up in fetal position in the solitary seat in the coach with extra leg room. And her face hasn't seemed to move from that ...
The day started off by Zach going for a run along the Thames and me safeguarding my ankle and lazily rolling out of bed.
He is still waking up early (between 4-5am) and so is making use of the time although he waits to get going until 7am.
We were ready to go off out to Borough Market just after 9 to see what we could see.
Well we saw a lot! There were all kinds of things being sold.
... took us through three pubs and two nightclubs.
The pubs varied from classic British to modern and trendy. The clubs on the
other hand looked like something out of a music video. The first one, called
the Proud Camden, had several rooms: one room looked like something from a rap
video, the next was a converted horse stable with much of the original décor,
and the third was a trendy patio with a hot tub. The second club, Koko, was an
old movie theatre that got ...
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TravelPod Member ReviewsClub Quarters At Trafalgar Square London
Club Quarters is right in the center of it. The location can't be beat. Room is nice. Didn't wow me or anything. Clean as hotel rooms go.
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