Hotel Indigo London-Paddington
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... owl, a large Canadian (something) owl which has ears like a cat, another owl -all white strange looking thing, a peregrine falcon and a large raptor of some type. Poor things, I have to supress thoughts of cutting their leg ties & setting them free.
... restaurants and numerous specialist services (which include the likes of dog coat fitting!). At night the store is illuminated, drawing the eye even when it is not open for business and there are often seasonal events taking place here such as a Santa’s Grotto during December. For the more discerning visitor, you can make use of the pedestrian tunnel which leads straight from the Kensington tube platform to the store. Harvey ...
... empty bar background.
Some dancers in casual, boring unironed costumes, nothing special - not really choreographed to the music - more for the space which was unusual - on walkway above / through aisle etc
Home to meet Alison and Laura at tower for the poppies but so tired after not sleeping well last night.
No cooking tonight
... display, one had a ridiculously large cod piece. I don't quite understand the need unless it had a built in urinal inside it! The other shocker was the size of the ravens. We had seen what we thought were ravens in the park but these guys were on steroids. Probably the same size as our keas and just as naughty. One had it's head in a rubbish bin pulling all the rubbish out. It was a good thing that we saw the jewels early as a queue ...
... the Tower. They are very entertaining and knowledgeable about the history of their home. Ours took us through the grounds, explained each significant building and then took us into the Chapel where three of the Queens of England are buried as well as the other nobles who were executed at the Tower. Because the Tower was a royal jail for hundreds of years, it has a gruesome history and legends of hauntings. Three queens of England, ...