The Clarendon Hotel
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... br style="line-height: 25.5599994659424px;">I had a bit of a fangirl moment over the cherry tomatoes ("we have these at home omg they smell like home..soo hoops mmmm") and decided to attack a pomegranate again. Not there, I took it home first.
I got talking to all the cheesy people and began to sound like a pro cheeseier by the afternoon.
I also found a wine stall that ...
... to the Adventure Bar in Covent Garden, what used to be the South African themed bar. Not the most imaginative of venues but should not complain at something someone else had arranged. I made a pact with myself that I would stay for as long as it took me to get bored, but I also knew I had tickets for a show this evening so I was in town for a while. On my way there from the Sacred coffee shop I bumped into Lucie, I guess I'd be ...
... after it opened and beat the crowds. The current St. Paul's was built in 1675- 1710, after the great fire of London in 1666 destroyed the Cathedral. It is in the Late Renaissance-Baroque style. Its dome is 365 feet (one foot for each day of the year) from the base to cross. It is the second largest dome in the world. The inside of the dome is painted with frescoes that seem to pop out at you. The inside is gorgeous. I could have sat looking at the mosaics for hours. We followed ...
... the city we decided to go for a run and get to know Acton - across from Brendan's was a great little park where we held a Sheremy Bootcamp! Once we had checked out the local super market (this is going to be a recurring theme) and got our snacks for the next few days it was time to head into the city and meet Kawiti and Jess "let's meet in Convent Garden they said" cool said Shaan - sounds easy! Um........so turns out we walked straight past ...
... all are real, all are urged out of their speakers by the pressure of making a living, finding a bed, somehow keeping a float on the bounding carless, remorseless tide of the street" (Woolf). This quote embodies both similarities and differences of the Oxford Street now and the Oxford Street then. Today Oxford hight street is a noisy hustling and bustling kind of place that one would think about when thinking of London. Many different kinds of people walking through the crowded streets ...