Holiday Inn Express Gatwick-Crawley
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This evening was topped off with a trip to the last cocktail bar on our list, the Nightjar. This speakeasy offered a unique and cozy atmosphere. Tyler’s first drink, the Rum Zombie even came out on fire. It was here where we met a Thai woman who recommended Nahm, a restaurant in Bangkok for us to visit, but warned that we should book in advance as even she was not able to get in. Ashlyn, feeling very proud of herself, had already made ...
... It is bustling with people and activities. We enjoyed a lovely Chia Tea at Coffee Nero and watched the many people coming and going on the streets of London. My dad decided to go to the Winston Churchill museum, while the kids and I decided to hang out at the Square, travel to Big Ben, and end our day at 5:00 at Westminster Abbey to meet up with our friends, Sarah, Joe, and Daniel. The kids and I had a fun time walking around ...
... I see the window displays in all the big name stores (e.g. Lacoste, Armani, etc). The street was closed down for this big event - Gumball 3000? - which as far as I can tell was just heavily advertised cars revving their engines and driving very slowly between rope lines of people. Whatever. We then took the subway to Baker Street, got a few beers and a light dinner, and then collapsed around 10:30. In my book, it was a totally productive and successful ...
... track we are working on which shows promise.
4) The Velvet Underground - Live 1969
5) Japan - Gentlemen take Polaroids
6) The Cars - Candy O
7) Goldfrapp - Tales of us
8) The Beatles - Sgt Peppers lonely hearts club band
9) Blondie - Parallel Lines
10) London's Calling - The Clash
When we land the sun is shining and I'm very much looking forward to my ...
... and I'm going to take advantage of my time here. I'm going to do London my way.
No classes until the 13th, as far as I know, so my schedule is fairly open next week. I will have to unpack eventually, but I plan to do that after I collect my other bag (it apparently was delivered several days ago to the London Center of my study abroad program). It's different. But eventually I think I'll settle in and it will be all that I wanted it to be.
Pictures to follow.