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... past The Globe Theatre (Shakespeare Theatre), onto The Millennium Bridge and over to St Paul's Cathedral. After a few prayers, we went to the oldest hospital in Europe, (St Bartholomew's - where Tara works), onto the London Meat Markets and then onto a beautiful cafe, Prufrock, for afternoon tea. Later in the afternoon, off to a cosy British pub called Sailsbury, ...
... got was tiny streets with sweet kiosks all selling garden related stuff - gloves, tools, furniture, ornaments, sculpture, seeds, water elements, you name it, it was there. There were also several individual "displays" that included elaborate staging using water, all kinds of plants and trees and shrubs, and buildings or benches or urns and pots. Lovely. Also the grand pavilion which was filled with flowers and plants and ...
So got to leave work at 5pm which was definitely a highlight for a Friday. I then made my way to Shepherds Bush to meet up with Claire, Kristy and Laurence. This is Claire's last weekend in London so we thought we would have dinner together, browse the shops and then go see a movie.
After literally looking at two shops (and one of them being a chemist), we had to stop for some ...
... night for dinner - very proud!
Next week is job hunting week. For now I am excited and optimistic about looking for a new role. I'm looking forward to putting my name in the hat and stepping up to the plate for the kind of 'only in London' type of work one might be able to have an input on. I've always dreamed of coming to London and being a part of something amazing that you could only do in a town like this. My 24 months to achieve that starts now!
... br> We arrived at the Gallery just as the concert was starting and learned that it was a selection of Beethoven's done by piano, violin and cello.
The gallery itself is an amazing piece of architecture inside and out and it was wonderful to hear the acoustics of the music in this fantastic space.
We browsed some of the selections including the Monet's, Manet's and Cezanne's before deciding to call it a day and come back another time and take advantage of their free ...
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