LSE Rosebery Hall Residence
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... of our adventures. I am writing this in the morning after a great sleep and have awoken to a blue sky London day... That's my only hint for the day. And in the words of "The Carpenters" ...We've only just begun... Love Fay and Kelly PS... I will apologise in advance for the Willbee adventures too...they might just give you a giggle or will bore you but those of you know that my kiddies at school are waiting for important blogs from ...
... them! The apartment is beautiful and Bozzie has totally spoiled us with her generosity. We had hoped to see the musical 'Matilda' last night but it is basically sold out for the next few days so we went to 'Wicked' instead- no need to say much about that except that it was awesome as usual. Today is shopping and British Museum day- am hoping we can keep the walking under five kilometres :-) Photos coming soon as I have finally obtained a new SD ...
... security as you would expect. We had a quick bite to eat and then off to the West End to see "Mama Mia". It was quite a production. The Novello theatre was an impressive old building. There were 4 levels. We only had cheap tickets on the 3rd level. We moved at intermission into better seats. Mum enjoyed the show. I liked the movie better. Home to bed….so tired.
Ruby & Denice
... brother would be able to survive here for too long with its distinct lack of parmas on menus.
On Saturday, we took Jessie on a long walk around the sights of London. We started from Hyde Park, strolled down to Buckingham Palace, through St James’ Park, past Downing St and up to Big Ben, the Houses of Parliament and Westminster Abbey. From there it was over the river to the London Eye, along Southbank towards Shakespeare’s Globe ...
So on Friday Katie and I went for a drink on a docked boat on the Thames across from Westminster. I had a hankering for wine, so after the first glass we switched to drinking bottles... then after about an hour and a half Kristy turned up and we drunk more wine.
We started to get progressively drunker and then progressively colder and so about 11pm we called it and decided it was time to go for food.
We walked across the bridge to Waterloo and hit up ...
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