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... second branch of TK Maxx, we had pretty much set everyone up. Trying on ski gear in overheated department stores is not fun, especially x 6! More shopping around Oxford Street in the afternoon. Michael surprised me with tickets to Matilda, so the two of us headed off to the theatre and the kids went to a local Italian restaurant for dinner. Matilda (by Tim Minchin) was really, really good. Funny. Very true to the book and movie. ...
... day spa? A number of spas are a destination one and few are day spa. If you do not have enough time to spend a number of days having fun at the spa than opting for a day spa is a good choice and less costly.
• What kind of atmosphere does the spa have? It is important to choose a spa that is both relaxing, not to mention sanitary.
• What types of services are you wishing to have in your spa day? A number of spas provide many ...
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You have not seen a mess like the one I made on my floor today. Honestly, it makes my four months on the road look immaculate!
Not only did I pull my bag apart, but I pulled anything left in my draw apart and sorted it beyond belief!
Stuff to go to the bin, stuff to go ...
... only on even days in October - must be exhausted by the end of the day!), and then along the mall to eat at Wagamama in Leicester Square. This was followed by an incredible dessert of mochi and ice cream!
Off to St. Paul's cathedral - given that it was Sunday you couldn't tour, but we did look around a bit, and the building is still incredibly beautiful from outside. We walked ...
... the fact that during WWII it was never bombed or damaged during the bombing raids on the city, and that WWII pilots used it as a landmark when they were flying over London. The engines that they used to lift the bridge to allow boats to pass as well was a sheer sign of how incredible the ingenuity of Victorian engineers was back in the day. I have a few pictures of this system that was based completely on steam power and hydraulics. After by tour of ...