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... the world and have a voice that's heard. For women though, isn't being heard what we have become most bent on achieving? I see so many women dressed in business suits running into huge buildings and I can only see them giving their lives to their careers, striving for nothing if not standing out and being the best at what they do. This is no longer a strictly male lead society. Like ...
... Maritime Museum, and maybe the Royal Observatory. We decided to take the Thames Clipper from the London Eye pier to get to Greenwich, so yes we are taking another boat ride but this one at least is taking us to a destination. We rode the tube over to where the London Eye is located which is across the Thames from Parliament and Big Ben ('oh that's Big Ben I just thought it was ...
... pub in London is the Faltering Fullback in Finsbury Park.
The Fullback is located down a residential street and it would be nice to say it's a hidden gem, but the word is out and it's packed most nights, especially in Summer where the famous three floored outdoor decking comes into it's own with it's maze of stairways and there's nowhere like it in London (apart from maybe the 6000 odd pubs we've not tried).
... br> The tour lasted two hours and ten minutes, owing to the traffic, and took us around the embassies in Belgravia (where I was yesterday, looking for Brian Epstein's home) towards Sloane Square, and then up into Knightsbridge, a very high end residential and shopping area, home of £100 million penthouse suites and upmarket retail outlets like Jimmy Choo, Chanel, Tiffany's, and of course, Harrods Department Store. We made a pass by the ...
... an hour of catching up with everyone that I haven't seen in years and drinking a few glasses of really good champagne. We had pre-chosen our courses from a set menu, but it was so long ago that everyone had forgotten what they were having.. Our own little surprises!! For started I had chosen a beetroot and goats cheese tart. It was a sheet of beautifully thin puff pastry with a layer of thinly cut beetroot over the top. The goats cheese was a soft ...
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