Fines Bayliwick House
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... for much more homely Italian cuisine, was also great! The staff are friendly and attentive, and the food is consistently good. We've also loved meals at the Gloucester Arms, Little India, and at another chain restaurant -Wahaca - a Mexican restaurant at Canary Wharf, where we met up with Melbourne tenor TIm Reynolds and his wife Amelia who are living here now. And at the cafe in the crypt at St Martin-in-the Fields, we had a great lunch with my former Wesley colleague Kade Brown ...
... out to Portobello Road for Samara to get Oscar a birthday present at Jack Wills. Lots of antique shops and markets which made it very interesting. Found a Cath Kidston shop! Said good bye to Samara and we made our way back to Bligh House. This morning on the tube going to the Tower was still peak hour, took 3 attempts to get on the train at Elephant & Castle to go to Monument station. It was jam ...
... Everyone dressed up nicely for the formal night and the black and white ball tonight. I threw my black and white boas around my neck and looked the part. After dinner, to fill in time until the ball started at 10:00pm we went to the theatre and saw "The most exotic Marigold Hotel" movie. The ballroom was rather full by time we got to it so there was standing room only, we watched the dancing for a while before retiring. Can't take the late nights ...
Today started with a hour long attempt to get on the bus and to our new hotel. Apparently London has a no cash policy now, meaning you have to find a store that will sell you tickets to get on the bus. Whenever we asked where such store was the answer was "just around that corner". We were then told that a contact less debit card would work so we tried that. But no it can only work for one person so back to square one. Eventually we went back to ...
... marvelling over the sights- always makes the experience much better for me.
We then walked back along the Thames for some last minute pictures before stopping at our boat for a night cap and chat.
Then after putting them on the bus back to Shoreditch, I called it a night- they were off to Paris the next day for the next step of their adventure!