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... what a compliment! So a shoutout to the group who had 2 coders, a Guinness, half a London Pride shandy, a Lg Sav Blanc, and a Jack Daniels and coke with 4 ice cubes! I had a guy come in and ask if it was only dining upstairs...well that's what would have been said if he hadn't asked 'is it only diving up here?'. To which I responded 'of course, pool up the end, 5 and 10 meter up the front and change room downstairs'. a shoutout to my diver! I had a lovely couple who had ...
... residence in the 1820s the whole stables establishment was moved. The old Mews was demolished and Trafalgar Square was built on the site.
The Royal Mews is regularly open to the public. The state coaches and other carriages are kept there, along with about 30 horses, together with their modern counterparts, the state motor cars. coachmen, grooms, chauffeurs and other staff are accommodated in flats above the carriage houses and stables.
... three years ago. It is a Japanese restaurant with a difference called Abeno Too (in Great Newport Street). The food is cooked on a hotplate at your table and is quite delicious. We had a pork dish with kimchi, a salad and some prawns. It was all delicious and we washed it down with Japanese beer.
We caught a tube back to Kings Cross and to our hotel - ready for an early night after all the excitement of the ...
... fish and chips and Glenis met a new `friend' who has been cordially invited to Xmas In NZ - this is on his `bucket list'
The crowds and crowds of people are stressful, but four hours later I left with a huge sense of closure, for me there were three things that I needed to do and feel well satisfied .
Our trip back to our apartment was eventful, and took far ...
... ornate knight's shield. The shield dated from 1475, and was so beautifully decorated that I definitely didn't need the information panel to tell me it was intended for parades rather than battle. The shield featured a young knight fighting to win the hand of a beautiful princess. The painting exemplified the virtues of courtly love that survive to this day. The inscription stuck with me in particular: vous ou la mort - you or death.
Liam and I also really enjoyed ...