The Stag on the River
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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Free parking
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... possibly have spent more). We soon got our bearings and we headed off again to the Thames... Stopping shortly after for lunch. We found this restaurant in a plaza in Westminster (along the Cathedral Walk) and had some lunch, dad had a club sandwich I had roasted pork belly... It was really good. So then we set off again, down Victoria Street all the way down to the Thames, not finding anything to distract us this time (the threat of running out of daylight was slowly coming to loom ...
... passing Madame Tussards then around a corner into a Baker Street of Sherlock Holmes and Mr Watson's fame. There was a Sherlock Holmes pub and a Sherlock Holmes hotel too Somewhat mysteriously it is announced the we are at Selfridges so I must get out for some lunch and there is Marks and Sparks opposite . Took a bus home down Oxford Street full of Tourists and Buses. No mystery ...
... I thoroughly enjoyed, as well as lots of prawn which I learned is just a different word for shrimp about half way through the meal (I sat by a very sarcastic Scott who is allergic to shellfish and made sure everyone knew about the suffering he was enduring on our behalf). My friends really enjoyed the beautiful scenery, free drinks and food, and company the day provided as we got a taste of home on ...
After planned day of doing nothing yesterday (dozed off & on until about 3pm, missing all the rain, when decided I should head out to get some exercise and fresh air plus something for tea), headed into the city to get bank account setup.
Lots of reminders why I love London!
Appointment at Lloyds Bank took about an hour but really only needed to be about 15 minutes. This was after ...
It feels awfully strange to say
that I have officially arrived in England, home of the Queen, William
Shakespeare and Harry Potter (plus more). As I reflect upon the past couple of
days it seems somewhat fictional, leaving Tasmania held mixed emotions, it was
the beginning of an adventure, but also the end of eighteen years having a
safety net right there. As we said goodbye to our home it felt surreal until we