The Z Hotel Soho
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After a well deserved lie in we catch up with Damien and Lois at bar soho and admiral Duncan. Tomorrow we shall see Ia
After what seemed like a long haul flight due to gatwick airports total disorganization we made it to black friars and walked to soho in nice weather despite it chucking down with rain 10 minutes earlier. A brisk 30 minute walk with Chris almost having a breakdown as I take all the shortcuts I know. If he'd been in charge we'd still be pounding the …
... problem of vehicles on the road but it seems to have created another problem on the footpath! The footpaths are wall to wall people as you will note in one of the photos. We stayed in Newbury over night which meant two trains to get to London and then of course the Underground. It was such a nice day we didn't use the Underground a lot as we walked nearly everywhere. One of the things we thought would be nice to do was to go up on the ...
... ground, the table is placed over a pit where we can dangle our legs and sit normally.
It was a blisteringly hot day in London, and I think we drank our weight in tap water and green tea during the meal. In the end the food was quite good, and it was nice to be able to catch up a bit with Nathan(2). We did remark that a Japanese restaurant made for a strange first dinner in London for the Nathans. Though as I have said before, and will say again, London seems to belong more ...
... restaurant we had observed packed with Muslims the night before and tonight it was almost empty upstairs with a wedding party downstairs but upon entering we were barely acknowledged and, after sitting for some minutes without any attention but diverted by the entrance of some beautifully traditionally dressed women and a young girl going downstairs to the wedding, we felt offended and unwelcome and chose to leave. Instead we ate in ...