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I live in the Southampton neighborhood, on Oxford, and teach at Cambridge. Elementary, that is. A lover of all things Jane Austin, British music and Telly, I have finally returned to England, after a long, long absence. We're about to leave London today - and we've only scratched the surface of all London has to offer, just whet our appetite. We've …
... on the waterfront where we sat in the car park and booked rooms online to get the special rate (our pounds are getting rather light on - the conversion from Oz dollars is very poor) and then checked into nice seaview rooms!
We took a walk along the waterfront noticing that the tide was heading out rapidly and by the time we found a nice pub in the Main Street the ocean was way out in the distance, leaving a variety of fishing boats high and ...
... some enigmatic event going on in the Hyde Park.
Princes Diana Memorial is yet another fascinating monument which visitors can catch a glimpse of. Staying near Westbourne terrace shall actually make you feel overwhelmed of
your London trip.
Frontline Showcase: Photographing the World
This event is held in the famous Frontline Club which is walking distance away from the ...
... we love it. We saw the Crown Jewels – just love looking at them. We were talking to one of the guards who was actually from Georgia. She filled us in on some English history. Went through the armory and the prison. Saw the Ravens and Traitors Gate. Always fun stuff.
We knew we had our bicycle tour at 3:00, so next we rushed over to the Imperial War Museum. It is in the building of the old Bedlam insane asylum. No ...
... there each Sunday and apparently the 5:00pm is the largest. A great venue, but a wonderful service! The speaker was Bob Goff who is the New York best selling author of 'Love Does', as well as an attorney who founded Restore International, a non-profit human rights organisation. His message was inspirational, the music was really good, and they sang my favourite of the moment - The ...