Mowbray Court Hotel
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I'm not sure I've ever said these words in my entire life but I AM SHOPPED OUT!!!! Rio and I spent 4 hours in Topshop today. It is an amazing store here in London, their flagship store. The energy was non stop. They had restaurants, a DJ, Cupcakes, Make it your own throughout the store, make up and clothes and shoes. They had security guards, three levels and photo booths. It was crazy energy!!!! They had express dressing rooms where you could only take in 4 items or less, ...
... live-in. There are also many politicians and moneymen who live here. There is also a dash of pseudo-hippie flavor to the place where many art and music administrations that highlight the substitute culture that is boomed in the area for more than two hundred years.
Shoreditch / Brick Lane, London
This place has become a blend of stylish cafes,trendy hotels, and many late night places. The place is more visited by the art ...
... and I all talked as we ate. She told us about places to go in London, the closest shops, and her family. We met Simon later, he is also very nice and very helpful.
They have been hosting students from all over the world for many years. Simon is a film editor and makes TV programs. Ros an artist and is a Public Relations Consultant. They have four daughters. Two of them (ages 31 and 30) are ...
The Sherlock Holmes Museum at 221B Baker Street was a blast! Walking through the various rooms it was almost possible to believe that once Holmes and Watson sat in the study and solved crimes in front of the Victorian fireplace. More than that it is a tribute to the genius of Arthur Conan Doyle, that he was able to create characters that have endured and taken on lives of their ...
... 8220;The Phantom of the Opera” so took a taxi to Her Majesty’s Theatre. A musical you can see time and time again, but the stirring music, the unforgettable score, the scenery and the ghostly underground of the Paris Opera House, still brings goosebumps. The taxi driver then took us around Buckingham Palace on our way to Euston Station. Another place, I wanted to go to as I had heard that Alexander ...