The Tophams Hotel Belgravia
Travel Blogs from London
... its role is. I remember that my mom had a major obsession with Princess Diana when I was a kid but I never really understood why until the class. On Tuesday evening, my theatre class went to go see Kingston 14 in Stratford East at the Theatre Royal. It was vulgar, nauseating, intense, and slightly hilarious -- not entirely my cup of tea but I had a good time. It was the first actual production I had ever seen so that was pretty neat in itself. On Wednesday, ...
... we went to Amazing Thai in Wandsworth with Katie, Kristy, Larry and Claire. We ate, we drunk and then we decided it was time for desert. Now everyone knows that Asian places do great food but rubbish desert and since it was past 11pm we thought we would just hit up our local 24 hour convenience store for some treats.
So Larry went off drinking with the woohoo girls and Claire and I caught the bus ...
... buried following his beheading in the Tower in 1535.
After this, we decided to take a walk down Upper/Lower Thames street to London Bridge, a bit further upstream from the Tower of London and Tower Bridge, which led us into the heart of Southwark, which was historically the rowdy, unlawful heart of the city just outside of London's walls. It was in Southwark where the bear-baiting pits, pits, brothels, and Shakespeare's Globe Theatre all ...
... of Oktoberfest! Keen to see the inside of a tent, we sacrificed sleep to get up super early to catch the 8.30 shuttle. We then went inside the Paulaner tent, having our first stein at 10am, which was just as well, because we needed to wash down some pretty heavy breakfasts! In my case, I had roast duck, suckling pig, red cabbage and potato cakes. It was heavy, decadent and delicious. At about 11am, the band finally started in the middle, but after about two hours of listening to the ...
... her history was evident as he told stories along the way. The only stop on this tour was at St. Paul's Cathedral, where many of Britain's royalty and statesmen have been married, buried, and coronated. You can easily identify that portions of The Kings Speech were filmed here, as well as the scene in Mary Poppins, where all the pigeons are flying around her. The gilded dome and altars are breathtaking. There is also a small chapel dedicated to ...
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