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... forth, I told her what she could do with her table and since the server was not being very fair to us, we left and went to find another pub which treated their patrons better than giving into the demands of a bitter old woman when there was a mutually acceptable solution presented to her. Whatever....good riddance to her. Karma will come back and get her eventually, it always does!
Before heading off to another pub, we stopped across the street at the ...
Guarding the Tower of London - This guard stands in his sentry box for two hour stretches. He marches about to stretch his legs. Simon asked an official looking person what he was doing.
Tower of London ((IF) - Over the years a lot of wild animals were kept at the Tower. Lions were very popular - which is why the Lion is a symbol of England.
Modern living in the Tower of London - All the guards & their families live within the ...
... Christie's Mousetrap and a nice dinner before hand with one of the special Pre-theatre dinner restaurants that offer you a two course meal for a reduced rate in the hopes that you will also buy a bunch of drinks and maybe desserts, etc. As we didn't want to retrace our steps to the metro tube station where we had arrived for the Craft Beer shindig, we set up my hubby's phone to a GPS mode to follow it to our restaurant. It had been quite easy on Friday ...
... was trying to call this location for a long time and wasn't able to get a person to answer the phone. Since I can't be sure I left my stuff there plus we didn't have enough time, I didn't go back there to check in person. I wouldn't recommend this place for afternoon tea, but an American style muffin maybe?
... did a bit of shopping, bought more souvenirs, and then had an amazing lunch at Jamie Oliver's Diner, in Leicester Square. I had my iPad with me, and managed to get hold of George, a bloke I met through touch footy friends when he lived in Sydney 2 years ago. He was keen for a drink, so we organised to meet that night. When I emerged from the restaurant, it seemed colder outside, if that was possible. I didn't want to go back to the hostel, so I ...