The Portland Hotel
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... br> Monday was catch-up with friends day. We met Jonathan Gadsby, one of Geoff's former Singapore students for lunch at a wonderful Lebanese restaurant down an alleyway in Soho and in the evening caught the train to Box Hill to catch up with Mark, another of Geoff's former colleagues from Singapore. Mark and his partner Dinah live in a small cottage owned by the national trust right on Box Hill. It was difficult to see the surroundings in the dark ...
Sunday arvo I decided to catch a train in to Soho. Meandered around Piccadilly Circus, Trafalgar Square and up and down Shaftesbury Avenue. About 2 o'clock I started getting thirsty and found a pub that was selling pints of beer for £1.70 (approximately $4) Awesomeness! ..... At around 9 o'clock Graham called to ask where was I, and to ...
... I have decided that I am going to take a gap year and travel the world Contiki style. This means I will choose Contiki tours in Asia, Europe, South America, USA and Canada. Also if I could have Matty as my tour manager and Andras as my driver for the world trip I would, it would be so much fun. I can't wait until my gap year (probably in 2018 - because travelling is not cheap) when I can relax and explore what this beautiful world has to offer. ...
... was cool (huge Egyptian section didn't help). Rosetta Stone, the frieze of the Parthenon, it went on and on. Almost overwhelming, we could have spent days. We didn't have a chance to leave prior to the next stop, so we ate lunch at British Museum and then went down to the Imperial War Museum. The IMW was pretty far south and so it was a hike but was good. I think we all were surprised at its size, as ...
... is an awe-inspiring, vastly spacious room directly off the main lobby of The Montcalm, London Marble Arch, featuring four large skylights from high ceilings and an exquisite marble floor. It is popular for its a delicious buffet breakfast every morning as well as its culinary delights in the à la carte option. Londoners also often like to drop in at the restaurant to enjoy English afternoon tea or the even more indulgent Champagne Afternoon Tea. Even children ...