The Victoria Inn
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... re meant to search for the best deal but they all seemed to be pretty similar so we went into the third one along. For £10 each we got half a bottle of wi e (or a pint if beer for Adam), poppadums, starter, main and naan. They ended up bringing our main before starter so we got some extra poppadums too! The food was average but it was a huge amount if food. After dinner we headed home for ...
... It reminded me of our time in Central Park two years ago - squirrels are cool, end of story.
At the end of St James park is another tourist must-see: Buckingham Palace (8). What a lovely big old building, the spiritual home (kinda) of a lovely big old institution. The Union Jack was flying above the palace - I can’t remember if that means the Queen is in or not… (and the internet here is so ridiculously slow it would take me half ...
... Chuck and I were here about 25 years ago. The top two sights we want to do again are Westminster Abbey and St Paul's Cathedral. I bought online tickets for both before we left Florida so we could skip the lines. The Abbey is just a 5 minute walk from the hotel so that was the first stop. We had an audio tour downloaded to our phones and brought our headphones. It is a cool place full of history and we really enjoyed walking around. So many famous ...
... Lunch breaks are getting shorter. Cups of tea fewer and far between.
Thursday – June 25th
Took the time to visit each of my assignments today. It felt necessary to see where I’m at with each one. The advice is nearly finished, mostly in need of proofreading, surely some stuff that ought to get pulled out, and other stuff that needs to be amended. It’s important that we don’t provide a document that is too dense, too long ...
... an Afternoon Tea was on the bucket list. We had envisaged Tea at the Ritz or the Savoy, but we were in the area of the Ritz the other day and tea didn't fit in to our timetable, and I still don't know where the Savoy is, so since we were going to Harrods anyway, we decided to have the Afternoon Tea there. We'd even got dressed up, because we'd heard that there was a dress code at the posh hotels, so there might be one at Harrods too. (There is, but we would ...