Grange St. Paul's Hotel
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Today I got up, put on my dress, painted myself green and finished the look off with a hat. Then I went off to work.
Yup, today was my very first Halloween! And I, being into theatre thought it wad entirely appropriate that I went as Elphaba from Wicked.
I got some interesting looks, but the comments were the best.
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... many of the city’s major sights.
- Borough Market is a definite must see. We had a fabulous Ethiopian lunch from one of the vendors in the market. Plus, it’s neat to walk around the different booths and see what London has to offer.
- If you’re in a hurry, skip the cab and go for the tube! There are lights every 10 meters so a cab will take you forever.
- If you’re interested in craft ...
So we bought the tickets months ago.. and finally the time had come! Secret Cinema! Great Scott we were going back in time to the 1950's with Marty McFly!
So at around 3pm, Kristy came round to my flat and we started channelling the 1950's- we curled our hair, donned the pearls and slathered on the red lipstick. I was just reusing my Blitz Party costume but Kristy bought a gorgeous dress, frilly socks ...
... by tourists. The horses stayed still and calm during the hustle and bustle, the guard remained dead still and somber. We had our packed lunch in Trafalgar Square along with a crowd of different cultures. After soaking up the monopoly board destination we entered the national gallery and satisfied our visual palate with Monet's works which I had been waiting to see. We also spied Picasso and others and marvelled at the age of the paintings. 13th century ...
... of the way and tubed it the rest but unfortunately we arrived 2 minutes after the choir finished singing. We are going back at 5 pm today. A little history - this is Christopher Wren's masterpiece. The first wooden church built on this site was in AD 604. It was burnt down and a subsequent church was destroyed by the Vikings in 962. The third church was built of stone, however this too was destroyed and ...