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It's been 2 months since my last entry and many people have asked what I've been doing and when's the next blog. I've just had time to sit down and take a breath.
Happy to report I'm still truly, madly and deeply in love with London life and the gypsy spirit is well and truly alive.
The downside of London life? I'm exhausted and now permanently sporting really attractive dark ...
Notting Hill is famous - in my eyes at least for the namesake movie with Julia Roberts and Hugh Grant. I'm sure it was a unique and popular area of London long before that movie, but that's what makes it famous for me.
The Notting Hill Carnival is an annual event that has been happening here since 1965. It has a bad reputation for violence and rioting, but still draws huge crowds (including families) ...
... He sent it back and his pancakes got cold and they brought out another omelet and again it was wrong. Now, this is after he looked at the buffet to begin with and he did not like what he saw. ;Guess London people eat potatoes that are different / greasy . Eggs were watery . Some kind of beans . He decided on a regular breakfast and was so mad... he drank his OJ and out we went. ;pretty good for me. I LOVED mine and ...
The stage version is as inspirational as the film. Not only
is Vangelis’s unforgettable theme music incorporated in the play but he also
composed new music for it. The film and the
play are about runners, and there are many running scenes. To make this work
the stage designer created a track in a figure eight configuration so that the
actors can run around and through the audience, Some of the running is ...
... to the hotel to shower and regroup before dinner. Maybe we’ll feast on something a bit more delectable than fish and chips, but I think we’ll let our bodies decide. Walking 5-10 miles a day for a while can wear you out if you aren’t accustomed to it. Anyway, we’re talking about taking a ride around the London Eye, but we might just leave that to tomorrow as well. Until then, cheers from across the pond – more great experiences await just a few Tube stops ...