The Apartments By The Sloane Club
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... it. Following a drink we decided to walk to the nearest bus station and got lost...being cold, sick of walking and getting lost is not a good combination fortunately all remained calm. We found a cab (Ellie was so sick of walking she wanted to pay for it) and went back to the apartment. Via Tesco, more food choices for dinner! Ellie and Matilda are desperate to shop so tomorrow that is the ...
... the massive journey from one end of London to the other to spend the day with us, let's hope it's not another 12 years before our next catch up.
We caught the DLR to Stratford to check out our first ever London flat, I've gotta say East London is looking a lot sharper these days! We were really looking forward to a pint in our old local, The Pigeons but much to our disappointment it's been turned into a Tesco Metro.
There is now a massive ...
... so excited each time he recognised the name of a street or district as being familiar from the Monopoly board. I had to remind him the game was named after the streets!
Our apartment is right off the very heart of Regent Street - dangerously just a stone's throw from Desigual and Hamley's and all of the most fabulous shops. We are in a tiny one bedroom apartment which has a gorgeous outlook from the bedroom, and a good sized living room ...
... my feet are blistered. Sketchers tip Jean if you get them, wear socks with them as they rub a bit or mine do at least. Here is a list of what we have visited, viewed, ogled at, marvelled at and admired around London Town today. Tower bridge,,walked over it, London tower, the gherkin, Southbank, Piccadilly Circus, Leicester square, Regent Street, Buckingham palace for the changing of the guards, ( Alan had prime viewing, Spider-Man scaled a wall and sat atop with movie camera ...
... choices such as doll’s heads in a jar. In contrast, a clothing store named Brora had beautiful visual merchandising with enlarged twisted threats hanging next to mannequins.
One of the most amazing experiences while being a Fleneur was viewing a wedding party enter the Islington Town Hall. The perfect touch on this experience was the double decker red bus adorned with white ribbon and a “Just Married” sign.