Radisson Blu Edwardian Leicester Square Hotel
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... by our Professor Phil. (We call him Phil, not Dr. Anderson. Both of our professors are very relaxed go by their first name here. They are also so much more than just our Profs here. The market had lots of food options, pasta, fruit, burgers, lamb, pulled beef, cake, brownies, apple juice (made from only squeezing apples and was very good) and more.
We then continued to explore the streets ...
... Mum's cousin is in the classical music group know as Bond and we caught up with Tania, Jesper, Lukas, Hugo and Freya in their beautifully renovated house in Putney.
We had a fantastic dinner of spaghetti bolognese and then watched Harry Potter whilst the adults chatted and drank red wine.
The trip back was a bit of struggle. It was 9.30pm when we left so didn't get into bed until after 10pm. Another good day catching up with ...
... is going on with the blue rooster? I was told it was a gift from the French and the English stuck it here! I don't know who got the last laugh though!!!!!) Then last but not least Piccadilly Circus and Brants favourite time of day again, met up with Sam's son Tyler who had just moved to London, checked out a couple more London drinking holes and off for some Mexican for dinner. It was great to see a familiar Aussie face after 6 weeks of ...
Set off from Fowey for London, via Southampton. Pretty easy run except for diversions, fog, rain...our London Driver (Chris) was waiting at AVIS, so after a bit of paperwork, we were off to London. Drove a total of 1 356 miles. The Soho area is busy, busy, busy - lots of theatres and pubs. "Knock-off time" here seems to mean, go to ...
Yesterday we packed up and left Paris via the attic stairs and 180 steps from the attic to the ground,then walked to the station Gare du Nord . We clear customs and head to the waiting area.Suddenly we have Gendarmes everywhere and people are asked to move to the end of the waiting area.It was a bomb scare.It appears some tourists had found some empty,supposedly,brass bomb cases,and this caused all hell to break loose as they had packed them in their luggage. ...