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... how the film distilled the essence of the shop into William Thacker's pride and joy. It was quite nice to see...
At this point, we made our way around some of the gorgeous Notting Hill crescents towards Kensington Palace for our afternoon tea date at The Orangery, a beautiful 18th century greenhouse built by Queen Anne to not just house plants but to serve as a summer supper house and a place for live entertainment. I ...
... is located) wasn't a terrible ordeal. Once you get your bearings, and break down the main routes, it starts to make more sense. The fare system can be confusing for a complete noob. Note to first time travellers: If you're here for more than a few days, get an Oyster card. After a longer than expected journey to the hostel, I dropped off my pack and decided to jump back on ...
... by me yet refused to give me change. I was still seething en route home. Our pace was fast and furious the entire day as we traversed the entire city. Up to the Parthenon then off to lunch which does not even get the space to write about the atrocities which were my meal. Aspic chunky slimy ham!!! Quick peruse of the Eiffel Tower. Spied the military academy then up toMont Marte. Cosmopolitan quarter where I could have lost myself for a day. Quant shops. Juliette balconies ...
... where to meet the Warder for the tour at 11am, we found a cafe to rehydrate, as the day was already heating up.
We headed back to the Members' Room, and once the group was assembled we wandered out the the front of the Palace - the West Gate - to hear about the early history of the building. Hampton Court began as an agricultural property belonging to the Knights Hospitallers of St John of Jerusalem in the 13th century, and the Knights later rented out ...
... while in the bar!
We then all went back to the first place and collected a few more people, including my original hostel mates. The third place was Ruby Blue, and the fourth and fifth both fun places of dancing to good retro music, and a good night was had by all until myself and my fellow hostellers take the bus back after 3am.
The next day I slept in and while enjoying a cheap and hearty vegetarian big breakfast in the empty Belushi's bar adjoining the hostel ...
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