Old Etonian Hotel
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... that. There is something comely about some of them and I realise that somewhere my English heritage is surfacing because at times I do feel at home here.
My most favourite walk was up to the church on Harrow on the Hill. It was divine! The bells were
pealing and the very sound reverberated into your soul. There was something magical about that night. it was 8pm and the sun was still high in it's zenith. It sets very late here. I walked through the ...
... there is nothing better then wandering the usually very busy streets of London, now empty of cars and at times people. Bringing a global city to a stand still, is very quiet. So it was lovely to take a walk through.
From here I made my way to North Gower street, near work. Thanks to my new found guide it listed that here is where they film 'Baker Street' for BBC's Sherlock. Here I found Speedy's Cafe and what is used as the front of 221B Baker ...
... with waffles, roasted beetroot, artichoke ravioli, roast chicken and other items that we ordered. And let me tell you....that chicken deserves a bit of a sidebar.....that truffley, buttery deliciousness and accompanying fingerling potatoes......the leftovers of which made a late night appearance.....was presented to us in its whole form before being whisked away to be carved, gave Gordon Hamersley's chicken a run for its money, and was inhaled by all 4 ...
... went off and woke the whole hotel! Hahaha We have actually had a busy day sightseeing today, so I have lots of piccys. No buffet breakfast included this time so we wandered up the street and came across a little French cafe, just the place for brekky. Chowed down on granola and yoghurt and some toast - yum. Lots of yummy bagels, baguettes and pastries here ... Might come back tomorrow :) Off on our day ...
... lasting epiphanies and images.
Fringe theatre in London is far more extensive and celebrated than what I have experienced in Houston. You can find production after production here almost any day of the week. It is one of those aspects of London that is coaxing me to delight in this city.
The Camden Fringe Festival started yesterday. It boasts over 200 shows at 26 ...