The RE London Shoreditch
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... had its interior rebuilt after being fire bombed in the war.
After arriving home we bought an orchid in Columbia St Market & then set off with Ellie & Alistair to find Heather’s church in Hackney. Built in the 1960s this is an almost square building with an extraordinary crucifix hanging above the altar of a fully clothed Jesus. It is light & airy but is a little soul less.
We then had a very late lunch at an Italian restaurant where ...
... near the entrance but most of the old stables have now been converted into modern, and really lovely, houses. I really like it as its detached from the London traffic and very quiet. We went for a long walk through Hyde Park this afternoon to Harrods. It was not what I expected, I thought it would be manicured gardens, which it was in places, but a lot of it was natural, like a wood. We wandered around Harrods, inspecting lots of the ...
... as I still have my 24 hour flight dryness. Henry VIII and his first wife Catherine of Aragon binged here for 5 days in 1531. And they say binge drinking is a new phenomenon! Strolling down Exmouth Market, Hatton Garden and Leather Lane. Amazed by the huge numbers of flats squished in between and on top of buildings. I never noticed all the schools before - there are hundreds of them! The lush green and genteel squares around Clerkenwell, Bloomsbury ...
... July, so we can see more then.
And we found out our beloved Mrs. Beasley doll (AKA Anne Holderread from Seattle) was visiting her friend Darren. We met up with them on her birthday and had dinner and drinks. It's always fun to run into someone you know in another country.
Our first night in town, we stopped in the Imperial War Museum, which was right near our place. We had an hour and a half before it closed and we thought ...
... it made their night! A shoutout to the American couple who chose Talisker over Oban.
I took the order of food for three lovely ladies in the corner upstairs, and it was just the usual. Take order, give order, clear order. Then I went on break and came back to my colleague handing me a card. "She says if you are ever in America to contact her and you will have somewhere to stay". Now that, is awesome. A ...