Euro Wembley Hotel London
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... Market itself.
We are meeting Tim for an afternoon tea/coffee and we have about an hour to kill before he meets us at Borough Market, so we take a stroll along the river and towards Southbank. We walk around, chat away about jobs we want when we get back home and our options, etc.. the usual future talk we seem to be having more often now. Then we head back towards Borough Market to meet Tim.
We head to a little restaurant which was very quaint and cute, ...
... restaurants based on a design from Asia were the food goes around in front of you and is really a neat concept as the prices are based on the color of the bowls. Prices range from £2.00 - £6.00 and there is no set limit so you can eat as much as you like.
We decided to take a walk around the area and made our way for Leicester Square and then on to Covent Gardens. On our way we saw an M&M store and during our walk we saw more interesting architecture ...
... was being cooked on site, so it was a huge operation!
We visited the ‘Royal Retiring Room’ where the Queen relaxes before or after a concert. It was actually not as special looking as I would have expected but Lil enjoyed posing on the Queen’s couch.
After the tour we were ready to eat, so went off in search of food. We eventually came across a food court in Kensington, but it wasn’t just any food court, it was ...
... be the lead in a west end show, be a mom and be a baby. Life is good it seems. Jen is doing some voice over work and Brian is doing eight shows a week. Nora is learning the sounds that elephants and alligators make. Her monkey impersonation kills.
Unlike Broadway, the show is dark on Sunday so Brian has family time, and when American football season starts, he’ll have uninterrupted Sunday watching, albeit late in the ...
... at a restaurant for pre-dinner drinks.
Tonight our dinner was the much anticipated Medieval Dinner. We all decided to hire period costumes for the night to dress up and get into the spirit for some fun merriment. With the unlimited beer and wine flowing it did not take Nathan and Kevin long to become the star attractions with the other guests, leading them in song and dance throughout the evening. We were kept entertained between courses ...