Rose Court Hotel
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... High Street, and The Couper Collection.
Shopping Options: Besides the famous shopping districts of Oxford Street, Kensington High Street, Portobello Road Market and Regents Street, there are many other shopping options of different categories such as Del Aziz Fulham, Union Market, and Christmas Trees: Pines and Needles, Fulham Broadway and others.
Restaurants near the Vue: The various nearby restaurants are Maison Blanc, West ...
... her plate on the table, overflow it did, and a half a dozen pieces slid onto the table. Yes, indeed, we are going to miss the lovely fresh mangos each morning. We were to be picked up at the hotel at 10:00a.m., with the bellman for the luggage at 9:45a.m. Sh yes, shades of Lisboa, I hope we do not experience one again, with a 25-minute wait for the luggage pick up, because all forgot about us, even with repeated calls. Nope, this did not happen in ...
... had a power lap with a driver, in a wait for it……….Ford Focus RS!! This has a 2.5-litre engine with 300 horsepower and it was very fast around the circuit. With certificate in hand we headed back to London via some beautiful Surrey roads.
[Maggie]: It still took forever to get back which meant we were running late again. We were planning to meet Claire at the Jamie office but being so late ...
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Oct 6- I moved into my room in Tooting Broadway (yes, get your laughs out now). Chekufeh (British), Katie (American) and I started our London lives together. It has been a good run! We have quite a lot in common, and I hope that I will continue to keep in touch with them in the future.
Nov- We celebrated Chekufeh's birthday and I had my first Infernos experience. Not exactly a pleasant one. It is a big club, and packed, but ...
... were actually a joke eg: wool died blue and a big empty pool. I did appreciate some of the more conservative pieces in the Energy and Process gallery but probably won’t be dipping my toe in to the Modern art scene too frequently in the future.
Anyway this is getting really long winded so will wrap up. Outline for the next week is
M: British Museum/National History? + Football (Come on Aussie, come on, come on.)
T: Wimbledon – ...