Stirrups Country House Hotel
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... of their exercise! We returned to find two of our flat mates sharing a joint, some beer and some yarns. We didn't partake in any thing other than the conversation, and learnt about 'Greasy Spoons' (cheap run down cafés with no table service, offering the greasiest cheapest cooked breakfasts that London can serve, visited almost exclusively by truckies and the hungover) we also learnt a little about more about Australia and ...
... beautiful sunny skies and warm weather, said our goodbyes and thanks to Nick & Julie and grabbed a taxi to our Hotel Shaftesbury in Sussex Gardens right next door to Kensington Gardens & Hyde Park, great spot.Later on we headed over the road to the Monkey Puzzle Hotel where we had a couple of beers and ended up chatting to the publican and his mate who were both Irish,from Belfast,and had visited the Central Coast at Xmas,nice blokes even shouted us a beer. After ...
... Brick Lane listening to the buskers, browsing the markets stalls, dodging all the people, and taking in all the colours, smells and sights. We stopped for a beer and to sample some of the many types of street food they have on offer. Also spent a while flipping through records and CDs and doing silly poses in the photo booth at Rough Trade, a very hip and cool music store. Finished the day at Tate Modern on the 6th floor bar, admiring the view back across the Thames to St Pauls. ...
... the day on Monday and Tuesday (while Alan was at his conference and Carol was sightseeing), we wanted to be able to text or call each other. As it turned out, that was very handy.
One of the challenges at the hotel was that the Brits apparently still haven't learned about wash cloths (we had forgotten that from previous visits). But we coped OK. Another challenge was that one of our old electrical adapters (from the 1970's) didn't accept ...
... I moved into my new share house. Aimee and Eloise were in the area
visiting houses for Aimee. The Columbia Road Flower Market and Brick Lane are
nearby so we went for a stroll, enjoyed some international food and made our
way to the annual Apple Celebrations at the Borough Market for freshly made
(free) Apple Strudel, plays and Apple Cider.
Yay finally a day of work, I was called
in last minute to supervise classes in ...