The RE London Shoreditch
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TravelPod Member ReviewsThe RE London Shoreditch
The dictionary was quirky.
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... today so we have to move it all out into the sitting room. Then the A/C broke and it has been extremely hot for this time of year and open windows is just not cutting it. So they are suppose to fix it today. Today we went and saw the changing of the guards, that was interesting. Then we went to the British museum and along the way went to Piccadilly ...
... complex recipes for the restaurant. The food was delicious but it was very annoying that they charged £4 per bottle of water.
... London's Time Square.
We decided to make it a somewhat early night considering we had a flight the next day and neither of us had any clue how all of our stuff had somehow expanded in 3 days despite buying minimal souvenirs. So we had a lot of rearranging to do.
Overall, I was really impressed with London. I wish I had been able to go maybe a month or 2 later to avoid some of the cold, but other than that I was so happy to have the chance to go. If ...
... reminiscing about our time living together, and the future, what it would hold for each of us in what is going to be a taxing year ahead for myriad reasons. The cocktails, starters, mains and desserts were amazing and the atmosphere is perfect. By the time we got onto desserts we had started chatting to the couple next to us, Angela and Russell. Lovely people, out on one of their first date nights since their daughter had ...
... also frequented by Charles Dickens The original Globe was built for Shakespeare in 1599. But it was destroyed by fire in 1613. The Globe today is a recreation of the original based in drawings and accounts of the original. Its a wooden theatre, three stories high and no roof. We were on the second floor, and there were only three rows of wooden benches to sit on. Fortunately we could hire cushions. The circle in front of the stage had no seats and ...