The Moorings Hotel
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... 450 km. compared to 800 last.
From time to time I hope to send a message about the walk and how I am getting on.
Looking out of the window at the moment is not pleasant with threatening rain. The forecast for where I am going is sunshine for the next 10 days - something to look forward to.
Today I will be going through my pack for the last ...
... out to buy more wine as Deb and GJ came home so we popped out and grabbed some wine and came back to have a few glasses with them. When we were all feeling hungry we walked up to Edgeware Road and found an Indian restaurant for dinner, the waiter made a point of telling us that they don't serve alcohol before he gave us the menu.... we had already figured they wouldn't serve alcohol as this area is very much a muslim community... the men all sit outside smoking their hooka ...
... close to calling it a night until we heard live music coming from The Swan next door. Regretfully Brittany had to call it a night, but Leah, Maggie and I decided to give it a whirl and see what was going on. We ended up sitting at a table with a couple of German fellows and chatting for a few hours, only leaving because we ended up staying until closing.
I slept. Like a rock.
PS. Might I add there are an insane amount of incredibly pricey cars? Yeah, I'm jealous. :)
... become our favourite London museum. We headed straight to the David Bowie show as soon as we got there which was not yet very crowded ( it was lucky we got there when we did as there was a super long line up to get in when we left!). We headed outside and while Rob went to find food the girls drew on the long sheet of paper with an outlined city scape to fill in that had been but out for people to colour ...
... The stove in the studio Still life with water jug The works by Van Gogh were: Head of a peasant woman Long grass with butterflies Two crabs Van goghs chair Farms near auvers A wheat field with cypresses There were also paintings by Paul Gauguin One painting that I thought was pretty amazing was by Henri Rousseau and it was called Surprised! After the gallery we were so hungry the walking tour really drained all of our energy. We walked around for ages and ended up in ...
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