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#LondonAdventure no35 Freemason’s Hall.

My posts seems to be an adventure into science fiction at the moment, but I was lucky enough to go to a building steeped in not only history, but also possibly one of the most mysterious buildings in this ancient city too: Freemason’s Hall. 316 more words

Travel

Well Hello There London Part 8: Shakespeare's Globe, Covent Garden, Afternoon Tea at the Savoy Hotel, and Drinks in the American Bar

After waking up this morning and falling back asleep sleep again several times, I realized that clearly the Paris day trip had deprived me of more sleep than I thought it would, so I slept in until I felt well-rested. 644 more words

Arrival in London Town

We’re here!!! Our flights went as they should have, with of course the token baby thrown in. But alas, neither my mom nor I were able to sleep on the flight over (very desirable when your flight lands at 9:00am). 214 more words

Hello. London. Nice to meet you!

Boy, oh Boy, oh Boy!

Surprise! I’m in London! I’ve been here for a few days now but have been too busy to write anything until now. 510 more words

College

36: Looking Back, Looking Forward...

This month we celebrate two remarkable events, and look forward to a third

To begin with, the first ever Grand Union Orchestra residential Summer School (see… 901 more words

Composition

33. Jamaica (Dub Jam, 20 Bedford Street, Covent Garden)

Dub Jam takes it’s inspiration from a Jamaican beach shack. The bar is a surfboard, the seats are barrels, the walls feature Bob Marley lyrics and the colourful walls are littered with interesting things. 118 more words

Dinnergeddon

Scones of the Month - August 2014

BB Bakery

This month started with a long awaited visit to BB Bakery as I’d hear wonderful reports about their scones. The café has a contemporary Parisian patisserie feel with an eye catching selection of beautifully decorated cakes on their counter however I managed, for the sake of the blog, to stay focused on their scones.   621 more words

Food