Holiday Inn Express Gatwick-Crawley
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... headed back to st James park with peanuts to feed the squirrels, we shook the bag of nuts and heaps came running up to us, some even climbed up us to get to the nuts. The squirrels would grab the nuts, eat some and then they would run away and bury them in the ground and then return for more. All up we spent about an hour feeding them before we heading to Oxford circus for shopping. Once at Oxford Street we found a 5 level top shop ...
... 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 caught up on the week that was, and what we planned to do for the next 12 months. We always discuss our travel plans for the next 12 months!
The evening came to a close and before we headed out we got flyers for ballet classes and other dance classes, other events at the Tea House Theatre, and the next Ballroom Dancing class.
All in all a lovely Friday night out in London town!
Tea House Theatre: http://www.teahousetheatre.co.uk/
... did. Would highly recommend it for anyone looking into it. Made it to London in the midst of a giant rain storm and got soaked walking to my hotel. Luckily it stopped raining before I made my way to the match so I started the walk to begin the journey on the tube. Went and met up with some fellow Tulsa Gooners and some Arsenal America guys before the match and checked out the area. We then went and met my friend Mike and his wife for dinner and they showed us ...
... as it was a very narrow to the edge. It took a quarter of the time to get to the bottom.
Afterwards, we caught a tube to London Bridge. We headed to the Old Operating Theatre. When we finally found it, we noticed once again we had to CLIMB ANOTHER SET OF SPIRAL STAIRS.. Thank goodness, this set of stairs were only small.. Once inside, we handed our London Pass and then CLIMBED ANOTHER SET OF STAIRS. At the top, we entered the attic of the venue ...