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Writers' London

St. Bride’s is known as the “Wedding Cake Church” for its distinctive Wren spire, but it is also the Journalist’s Church, just off of Fleet St., the traditional home of British newspapers.  292 more words

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3 Group Espresso

I love stops that make me feel truly random and to a certain extent, free of the constraints of time and other obligations.
This cafe happened while I was walking along King’s Cross.

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King's Cross

Years of enjoying monopoly brought these images to mind.

But that’s London, and this is Sydney’s – also very charming.

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Walkabout #2: The Fleet by foot

London’s famous river Fleet rises in the salubrious climes of Hampstead ponds and deposits itself in the Thames at Blackfriars. Having once been a progenitor of numerous wells and springs, the river lost its way and course when appropriated by the building of the railways, whilst early industrial London polluted it beyond forbearance. 503 more words

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Monday's Dishes of the Day

1 English Soozy :) & Brazilian Lara :) 2 English Izabele 3 Polish Patrycja, Croat Ivy & Black Roxy 4 Hungarian Christine

London - Day 6 + Day 7

**WARNING – I AM WAY BEHIND ON MY STUDY ABROAD BLOG DUE TO THE FACT THAT I AM STUDYING ABROAD**

TUESDAY

Tuesday was our first field trip day for our class (we have built in field trips days once or twice a week). 1,101 more words

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Reliving Harry Potter

Recently, Em and I re-watched the movie adaptation of Harry Potter and the Prisoner of Azkaban. Since then, we’ve realised how much we miss the books and all the witchcraft and wizardry that ensues as soon as you open the page. 295 more words

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