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Hotel review: Andaz London Liverpool Street

I recently turned a new page over agewise. I’m going to let you guess which one, but let’s just say it was a big one. I didn’t want to stare at the walls at home, so I pressured my husband into going to London for my birthday. 415 more words

Travel

Refugees

Who was Mrs Martin?  I don’t think we will ever know – but we will come on to Mama, Papa, Lucy and Cousin James at the end of this entry.  795 more words

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Brick Lane 

A couple of weeks ago, when I went to London, we spent a couple of hours in the Brick Lane area and I absolutely loved it. 897 more words

CSI Norton Folgate

You enter the crime scene by appointment only.  You may not need to knock; the door glides open on your approach and as your credentials are checked you’re reminded of the necessity to maintain the silence, leave no trace, disturb nothing, to only use your senses and memory, not your fingers, to interrogate the evidence. 901 more words

London

The English Restaurant, Spitalfields

The favourite stop of our food tour was a mid-morning supper at an English restaurant called, well, The English Restaurant. Our guide give us a fantastic overview of the rich history that’s seeped in this building, and you become part of it as you enter the restaurant. 90 more words

London

London - unexpected art, a photoblog.

Look around and above you……you will see art everywhere, it might not be in the usual form but art is there for the looking. Here is some of what I have found! 41 more words

Who was this girl?

The surname Dalbiac seemed to be the link…

Surely every young girl’s diary starts with her writing her name, address and probably age on the front page?   274 more words

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