Kensington House Hotel
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... crescent shaped group of 30 stately stone homes that overlook a large, well kept lawn. They were built in the late 1700's and are a magnificent display of Georgian architecture. One of the homes is a very discreet spa hotel and the first home at #1 is open to the public as a living museum. The rest of the 28 homes are privately owned and very expensive! We visited the museum at #1 Royal Crescent and wandered around the area.
... gel with a browned meringue crown. Quite tasty! Karen and John ordered espresso and fresh made truffles...which according to the maítre d' were in the process of cooling. We think it was the polite British way of saying "We're done with you, now leave," since they never came.
After that we made our way over to Harrods tea room and each had a pot of tea. A great way to relax. Then it was another short jaunt to the Duchess Theater, ...
... ingredients and look to make them more familiar in the future. This even goes for trying new cuisines -- where that upscale Malaysian concept run by a flashy chef is a good, safe way to get comfortable with the dishes and flavored before seeking out the hole in the wall joint in Chinatown.
Onto the food. We ordered the kohlrabi (served with a parsley vinaigrette) and deviled kidneys to start. Still not sure what ...
I had nothing planned for today (until tonight) so decided to take it easy. Just as well - it was cold and rainy all day. Talk about changeable - yesterday 21 degrees, brilliant sunshine. Today - 9 degrees, windy and rainy.
I decided to go see how much a cheap compact camera would cost. Caught the tube to Kensington High Street. (On a nicer day I would have walked!) I picked up a ...
... train breakdown earlier in the day so we had about a 20 minute wait. The train after that was only a couple of minutes later and went directly back to Euston so we caught that one instead, then the tube back to Angel.
We chilled for the rest of the afternoon, then had toast and muffins for tea again since we had had a big lunch. We caught the tube in to Holborn this time which was a short walk to the New ...