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... style="line-height: 25.5599994659424px;">I went out for dinner with a couple of the guys from Sequence 8 tonight...yes, I went again. It was lovely to catch up with them and it is about time I give you a written insight into why I have gone three times.
Here is an article I wrote for them.
So even though I am still recovering from the mountain of ribs we had in Majorca- I decided to go along to a predominately KPMG ribs and wings night.
The all you can eat ribs and wings was held at a South African ...
... toasted with some fresh London marmalade bought from a stand. Good stuff.
We we took the taxi over to The Original Wesley Chapel. This is where John Wesley got his start with his brother Charles. The service was very good with the message on The Greatest Commandment. I am sure everyone knows what this is. After service they had a tour of the church, John Wesley's house and the Wesley ...
... street," I saw an OxFam charity thrift shop, next to a Mark's and Spencer's, an unfamiliar store called "Utopia", and a large McDonald's flags blowing in the wind. All was melding into the Georgian architecture. The Utopia reminded me of a cheap Charlotte Russe, and I was confused by the lower end mixed with the commercial M&S.
As I had read about the street markets, I took a detour at Chapel Market. aside from the rows of racks and tents that ...
... spots in South Bank and to see the lit-up London Tower. My last hoorah in the city was seeing Wicked on Thursday night :).
On Friday I took the train to Bath, England and stayed until Sunday evening. Bath is probably best known for being one of the towns in which Jane Austen lived, as well as it being the setting for a couple of her books. The city is also known for the Roman Baths which apparently was named one of the "Seven Natural Wonders of ...