Upton Park Hotel
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Nice sleep in until 10:30 today then we are off towards Brick lane :) Up turn right at the brewery then right again into the lane. That's a pub keep walking, right that's a church, 'moving man where is brick lane?' He replies 'Down here to the right'. Ok we are on it. Where the market? Hrrrm. 'Lady walking your dog, where's the market?' She replies 'oh, it's only open on Sunday's'. How did we miss that. Oh ...
... crown. I understand that the Anglos have a history that dates back 1100 years, and in order to provide historical reference this is needed. However, wouldn't all the crypts, mausoleums, and catacombs housing the bodies be best interned in a museum? Perhaps a cemetery? I dunno, but I think if I were to marry Kamal here I'd be creeped out knowing my vows were taking place with Lord Nelsons corpse along with the rest of the masses rotting ...
... Aline, Seda, +1
1pm Borough Market-walk there,
Southwark, Thames walkway, Shakespeare’s Globe, Tower Bridge, Mexico Exhibit
See the Shard
... tips goes to shows.
He seemed impressed, and for the first time I began to see that it was actually quite a feat to pay for so many shows with tips (with a few non-tips shows in there too)
It was the funniest day I have had in a very long time.
Russell Howard and The Play That Goes Wrong. But my day couldn't have been any further wrong even if I tried.
It was most certainly a day that went right!
... for Agatha Christie. It is just down the road from where Mousetrap is playing and was erected in 2012 when Mousetrap hit its 60th year of consecutive run. Fitting. We did some shopping and eating and just general exploring for the next hour or so. Nothing too exciting, just walking down a new street that we hadn't walked before. Some streets are so narrow and the buildings so high that the sun almost never touches the ground. These little streets are where ...