WooGo -Piccadilly Apartments
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... fascinating area. The different cultures and groups of people that had lived there, their influences on the architecture, the trades, and of course, the food.
Our eight stops: 1. A bacon sandwich at St. John Bread and Wine. Homemade white bread chargrilled then buttered with bacon from Old Spot pics. This was freaking unreal. The owner Fergal or Fergus something is quite famous in England for doing 'nose to tail' cuisine...ie...everything from the ...
... just talk about all the cool things that have to do with Britain. Sitting in that class was the moment when I started to appreciate where I am! I got there, it just took some time.
Anyway, on to the fun stuff. I went to London this weekend!!! It was SO much fun. I am officially in love with London and will be coming back. We started the weekend by getting on a train and heading to London. When we arrived, we decided to make the hike ...
... other girls were yet to appear, so I headed down to the computers for a bit and bumped into the first Clink friend I would meet. Conveniently wearing a shirt about California is a sure conversation starter when meeting a Californian. Who would've thought!
I eventually met a couple of our roomies, and ended up heading down to the hostel bar for a drink with one of them as Cel was still feeling unwell from her flight. It was a trivia night, Game ...
Today we are up early, once again, to meet mum's friend Clare at Covent Garden. But we arrived a little early, so Mum and I head down Neal Street to find a café for mum's morning coffee and myself a cookie. Covent Garden was associated as the former fruit and vegetable market in the central square before it was abandoned in 1974 (when the market moved to a new location) until 1980 when the central building re-opened as a popular shopping and tourist site. We ...
... rises and cranes cutting into the blue sky, jack-hammers and the seemingly ubiquitous renovation and destruction and construction of London's center. I cut west through sidestreets and alleys and dark underpasses to arrive at Waterloo Station and County Hall at the western shore of the south bank. I admire the view of the parliament across the water before doubling back east along the shore through the crowds of tourists and families, past the series of landmarks, stopping only ...
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