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After such a big day and week we had a lax day today. We did discover a little kiwi run coffee shop that sold flat whites which was very exciting! Felt strange being inLondon but surrounded by kiwi accents and the odd Australian too. We had the place had been recommended to ...
... Broadway and got off at Turnham Green hoping for a Richmond service. Then another garbled message about Richmond so I got back on the Ealing Broadway line and got off at Chiswick Park, asked the clerk which way to Gunnersbury station and walked home by 6.50.
I texted Marie that the train was out but they had got the bus from Hammersmith and got home about 7pm.
We all caught a taxi (5 ...
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Arriving at Harrods, we ran into another curious looking street performer. We give him credit for at least being different! Harrods was the true definition of an upscale department store. It really isn't even a department store in the usual sense. Everything in it is designer label so it is more like a huge boutique. When ...
... us all in clapping for our tour guide at the end, probably because he was so relieved it was over :) his arsenal beanie was a great ice breaker, resulting in conversations with fellow gunners. When asked about whether arsenal would beat Everton tomorrow he responded with a resounding ...
... interested in was a blackwork shift. A shift is the undergarment/slip which is worn under the kirtle and then gown. The neckline always shows a little, and often the sleeves do as well, so during that period they are elaborately decorated, amazing as most of it is not seen. Blackwork, using black silk for embroidery, was the most popular, but certainly other colours were used. I am currently working on embroidering a shift for an outfit of this period, so this ...