Rustic Pub Co. Hotel
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... back. Good fortune, we stumble upon the Borough Markets......street foodie heaven. We wander for a good hour before settling on our choices for lunch......Lones a thali indian meal.....me an Ethiopian meal......both full of flavour and very delicious. We lunch in front of some tatty old building, and mere 130 years old. On the road again and we follow the promenade back towards Westminster, via the Tate Museum of Modern art.......now I ...
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The hotel rooms are the best place here. The rooms have all the modern facilities that any guests will expect. The wooden floor and marble floor in the bathroom make it look elegant. The rooms have king size beds that can make you feel relaxed. The mood lightening can really make up your mood. You ...
... to the borough of Chelsea since I’ve been watching a British TV
show set in Chelsea and wanted to explore it for myself. The streets were lined
with quaint little shops and the homes all had sparkling white balconies – such
a beautiful part of town! I spent the afternoon just roaming through the
streets and taking in the bustling people, the accents and the bright red double-decker
buses. It was such a bright contrast to my small little St Andrews town I ...
... to mind a heavy focus on shopping. In the US, a main street is not so notably titled as such, and it may also be known for restaurants. But both are prime, busy areas in their associated country.
As for the perceived connotation of taste, status, and general opinion associated with these streets, Virginia Woolf's 1931 "Oxford Street Tide" has a strong, mostly negative opinion. Now that I have witnessed the UK high streets and ...
... streetscapes to the museum. We had arranged to meet Jodie who is staying with Lani and Richard (Richo for short). Our first tour was scheduled for 11:15am and was called "When the Stones Cried Out" and revolved around the second world power, Assyria.
We could actually see before us artefacts from around the 7th century BCE. It was encouraging to see actual historical evidence that supports the biblical record. We ...