Monkey Island Hotel
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- Free High-Speed Internet
- Free parking
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... d fit anything else in when the words "salted caramel tart" were uttered. And everyone knows that we have a second stomach for dessert. This was incredible. Just... Amazing. Insert your favourite superlative here. Even if you come here and don't do the food tour, go to Pizza East in Shoreditch and do yourselves a favour. We are now even more pumped to do the Eating Italy tour in Rome. We spent the evening comparing the UK production of Wicked against the Aussie version and while we ...
... Got the tube to Monument and found our way to Hispania, a fabulous Spanish restaurant. SOOO good. And we realised while there that this is the anniversary of our first day of walking the Camino, so how appropriate!! And we had a shared tapas meal of all our favourite things, done perfectly! Wonderful. And got the tube from there right back to West Brompton, which is our very close station. Now showered, packed moreorless, and ready for our day of travel to Liverpool ...
... on the Eurostar.
So London, thank you. You turned up the weather for us and we got to see many sites of your beautiful city.
At the moment, we are currently on our way to Brussels. The time is 08:55 (London Time) and we should be due to arrive soon. We will spend most of the day here before getting on a train to Paris later this afternoon where will spend the next 5 nights. Missing my babies very much so a Skype date is in order very soon!! ...
... rgb(34, 34, 34); font-family: arial, sans-serif; line-height: normal; ">Ok, that was enough "work" for today, back to the trip. We walked from the apartment to the famous Piccadilly Circus. We get the Piccadilly part. The name came from a 17th century tailor who sold a fancy collar called picadils, made a mint, and built a mansion in the area. The old-money snobs, well, they snubbed him and called his home Piccadilly Hall. The name stuck. ...
... each floor. Along the way we also stopped for a Devonshire scone and tea/coffee. My English girlfriends had also told me about visiting the restrooms. They were beautifully decked out with tables offering hand lotions and perfume to use near the washbasins. Rather special.
Allan also had some time to have a look at the McLaren Dealership located in the most expensive place to live in ...