Lancaster Hall Hotel
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We changed direction and walked down Constitution Hill road. Green Park was to the right of us. It looks like a lovely place for a picnic if the weather ever clears. Passing through Wellington Arch and onto Knightsbridge street we were on our way to Harrod's. The walk wasn't bad, but took longer than we expected.
... for hours. I learned I really like cod which is great. Expanding my pallet slowly but Surely! And dessert was a delicious pre made creation called Eaton mess and it. Was. Awesome. I could sit and just eat from the bowl with a spoon and be completely happy. We called a cab and made it to the tube station with like 10 minutes to spare before the last train of the night. My subway card ran out of money so I had to l, in a panic, put more money on it. Em and Dave ...
... bags weighted. I'm by myself sitting on the bus but I don't mind it because I have more space to myself. After getting on the motor way we were aware that Dover was closed this morning from 12-5am and when we got to Dover it was packed! Bumper to bumper traffic, we got to play a game called speed dating where the person from the aisle side moved seats to the one behind them and sat down next to someone for 3mins trying ...
We were still full from the late lunch/early dinner so we chatted and caught up with Liz and Chris while they had dinner. We then moved onto the lounge and tried to get the TV working. After yelling at the TV and the guy on the phone from the company we realised the cable for some reason was not in the wall… oops. Then we relaxed and watched another episode of Sherlock. Great show and very addictive.
... this would probably be the closest thing to that that I've ever felt; standing underneath a feat of human achievement, something so grand and opulent and on a scale I have never seen before in my life, was completely overwhelming. It took ten minutes for me to screw up the courage to finally see the top of the dome and Thornhill's magnificent paintings, or to look further down the apse toward the High Altar and baldacchino and up to the opulent, ...
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