The Fielding Hotel
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- Marathon Day today. We set off to the Leadenhall Market, which is housed in something similar to the Royal arcade but bigger. Looks Victorian, so probably 19th century architecture I would think. Specialty shops & coffee shops , no stalls.
- From there we visit Convent Gardens market. It is noted for its antiques and old knick knacks. Visit the nearby M & S store plus anotber down Oxford St. Clothes ...
... to the bell inside the tower, and not the tower itself? After our boat tour we walked to see Westminster Abbey, the church where William and Kate got married. We took pictures of the outside of the church and sampled the famous and delicious Ben's Cookies. Then we were off to our next stop, back to Covent Garden, where Gillie Bean finally bought herself two gifts – a necklace and a T-shirt. Giggles bought ...
... ANKLE TO MY KNEES. If you have been following my blog for a while you will know I was trying to do that at EJC 2013! And wow...I got it! Listen up Mieke...I'm coming for you!
I also got to do some awesome tricks on Aerial ring that I hadn't done before which made me super happy!
So from being an adult this morning...I think it's safe to say that mask wore off, and if I play my cards right I won't need to wear it until April next year! Woo!
Lisa xo ...
has been the eye for most of the tourists and does not seem to let down the
name. The reasons are plenty. Right from serving as the hub for fashion ideas
to being the ultimate party location, London can be anything. It all depends on
the traveller. The main places to visit in the city include the Buckingham
palace and the Kensington gardens. The Buckingham palace is open only during
the months of august and September and hence it is ...
... the messiest food? The free wifi and power points were not there either...We just tried to remain positive. All was ok until we suddenly stopped the bus and people started to stand up and get off. We thought maybe we swap to a ferry here, so we grabbed all our belongings as did some others, then we looked as we got off and realised we were at a border. Our grumpy bus driver grunted you just need passports! So I put my stuff back and we lined up they ...