The Fox & Goose Hotel
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... me and then Raluca reckons I am getting a flower too and right before the end I get one-one of his last. He throws it up to me and I catch it which is a surprise as I failed basic hitting and catching skills in Primary school. Thank goodness I caught it. It made my night! It wasn't even anything serious, obviously but it was the unfolding of the story I savoured and the rose. it's not often I get given flowers and sung too. It was an incredible experience and one I throughly relished in. ...
... for dinner at Hot Stuff. It has been a big day of sport for all of us. We went to the footy, Ellie, Viv and Sarah went to the races and Rory played cricket. We shared a large Indian meal, some wine and had a few laughs. Another late night!
The plan for Sunday was to meet Ellie's parents Richard and Sue for lunch. We did another big walk from Leicester Square to Tower Hill where Richard and Sue were staying at the Double Tree ...
... the Observatory.
After the Maritime Museum, I walked a few minutes to the Cutty Sark, the last English Tea Clipper in existence. This was really well done. Highly recommended. You can actually walk under the hull, as the whole ship is suspended and partly enclosed. There is a cafeteria under the copper-covered hull.
My next stop was Greenwich Pier on the Thames River, where I boarded a large tourist boat with live commentary run by ...
... were here during the birth of the new Princess was not over!! By this time it was 7pm when we made our way to dinner again trying for the final time to get into Benihana's where we made it in! Yay!! It's a very popular Hibachi place her in London. It was very great too :) Back to our search for evidence of the new Princess! So we headed over to the Tower Bridge after the sun went down and finally caught the pink towers light up for the new ...
I woke up feeling pretty poorly after last night. It was totally worth it though! Not wanting to waste our last day in NY I peeled myself out of bed and started packing. We checked out of the hotel around 12:00pm and got the subway to Katz Deli. Katz is New Yorks most iconic deli which also makes an appearance in Harry met Sally. They are known for having 'The world's greatest pastrami ...