TripAdvisor Reviews Derby Hotel London
Travel Blogs from London
... roll, and a baguette at the store's bakery, all of them still warm from the oven. We were too tired to enjoy eating in a restaurant, so I picked up a prepared, heat-it-in-the-microwave, chicken tikka marsala with some rice. Excellent choice, if I do say so myself, especially with a bottle of India Pale Ale (it was maltier and slightly less hoppy than our American versions, but what could the British know about making India Pale Ale?) We ...
... lots of movies and was very tired but couldn't sleep. Mum forgot to give me jet lag pills.
We took the Heathrow Express to Paddington Station. I fell asleep on the train but had to walk 3 blocks to our hotel.
We had tea and went straight to sleep.
... have the knowledge to maintain it, which is interesting to consider (the decline in "skills" and forgotton techniques since the Romans were there).
Bath is also famous for being the residence of Jane Austen for a few years. It allegedly shows up at least once in all of her novels. We wanted to see the city, as it has some of the best examples of Georgian architecture, but we only were able to venture out a short ways due to the ...
... and there are some seriously amazing looking new restaurants opening up that draw the evening crowds. The markets themselves are absolutely HUGE with one area incorporating the old horse stables that were in use during the 19th century. There is a lot of great food, heaps of arts and crafts, a lot of clothing, some antiques and old books, and something we'd both never tried before... A ...
... last minute or perhaps you snuck in the
side door. Either way, as of now, whether we know each other or not,
we are all connected. Tonight, this night, you the audience hold this
show in your hands, or rather your feet. It's a Pas De Deux. A dance
of our actions and your reactions, to which no one really knows the
steps yet. Neither your nor I...
transition between vocal speech and music is seamless.