Melita House Hotel
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... you're weird."
Use your brain to think, please:
If the station at the underground has a lift and everyone is waiting in line for the lift to go to ground level, it's probably not because Londoners are lazy and refuse to climb stairs. It may be because the station is fifteen stories underground. Please read signs more carefully before endeavoring to climb 175 steps while in a rush.
... who are likewise big fans and conversant in the most intimate aspects of both books and movies. (Armand’s first BIG read was Harry Potter. Fifteen years ago Norma kept trying to get him to read it or read at all, and he balked. He had just gotten his learner’s driver’s permit which required a licensed driver in the car to drive. Norma, in a classic bit of parental blackmail told him he could drive ...
... not willing to wait either! So instead, we went for lunch by the Tower Bridge in a little restaurant on the Thames, where I had my very first traditional British meal - British beef pie with mash potatoes and peas. It was wonderful catching up with Lissa and meeting up with her hubby. One of the things I love about travel is the opportunity to make new connections or rekindle old ones.
Waiting in line at the Gherkin and also at the Tower of London ...
... in Whitechapel and down some dark and dingy alleyways which would have been so much worse in 1888. Not sure that I would walk down them now days at night.
By the time we got home it was after 10 and we hadn't had dinner. Thank God for Tescos and their ready made meals, they came through again for us. It was after midnight by the time we got to bed and get woken up every morning by the neighbours. Going to be another long day tomorrow. ...
... you once again! Also, we can understand all the signage at the museums -another bonus! After a small bit of R&R, we got changed for dinner and headed out across town. Our dinner reservation was at Bar Boulud, Daniel Boulud's restaurant at the Mandarin Oriental Hotel near Hyde Park. We had the three course menu, but added on a starter of charcuterie. The charcuterie board featured in house ham, a chicken liver terrine, and a great ...