White Horse Hotel
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... twice. The hotel is Charming, small but well maintained. The hotel is just some 20 metres off the water taxi rank and down a small side alley filled with bars, glass shops and small resteraunts. We literally tossed our bags down, a quick toilet stop with a very clear plan in place... " Let's get lost" Left, right, left, over the bridge, left again and we arrived in "Rialto". Totally disoriented we used the forced and searched for the "per San Marco " signs to wind our way ...
... we go. A mini adventure though.... ( Not sure Emily thought so.) Nice walk to Covent Garden. The big buildings appear... Antiques Monday. Fun around all the stalls. Lots and lots of old stuff. Particularly looking for the stall that sold me the printer's ink blocks last time. I loved those. Street performers. We had an early lunch of pies downstairs outside a little cafe. Absolutely delicious. Took Emily across to the toilets that I ...
... face timed me from Isabel's bedroom. It was great to see and hear her- so clear! Gotta love technology!
She did mention that she thought it was strange how they drive on the "wrong" side of the road and sit on the "wrong" side of the car. She said she had to get used to when Elaine was talking to her (front seat passenger) she had to remember that she wasn't the DRIVER even tho she would be on the driver's side here in the US.
... blocks of flats as well in parts. Walked around 'Little Venice' where there are many houseboats on the canal. Then down Edgeware Road and took in the Church Street market. An area with large Middle Eastern population. Off to a cinema to round off the day - this time to see Suite Francaise
... a global city like London. To spend weekends tripping to Europe, eating amazing foods, and making life long friends. Well. What can I say about travelling? What can I say about moving to a new country? In hindsight I can see why lots of people told me they’d never have the guts to do it. It’s like landing in the middle of a cyclone, and everything is turned up side down and it moves faster and changes more often then you have time to ...