Harrods Windows… A Dissappointment

I was so excited to go see Harrods’ decorated windows, and it was so cold and snowy I put it off until Elizabeth and Brian were both here. So,imagine my surprise when the windows were a Peter Pan theme! Now normally I would love Peter Pan and the references to London skyline, etc. But there . . . → Read More: Harrods Windows… A Dissappointment

English Translation of the Day

Arse over Tea Kettle = Head over Heels! Love that one!

Birthday with My Boy… Mexican Food in London?

Found good Mexican food in Notting Hill with my friend Denise, when she took me to lunch for my early birthday on Tuesday. So where did Bri and I go again for my actual birthday? Taqueria in Notting Hill! Check this out!

Chilaquiles and Appetizer Platter

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The Dickens Christmas Market

The Dickens Christmas Market is in Rochester… right next to the Rochester Castle. My first 2 photos are really of the Castle, not the market stalls…

This is only the top of the tree and bottom of the castle!

The Castle from the town of Rochester

Here is a little bit about the . . . → Read More: The Dickens Christmas Market

Brian… Pre-Shave, Pre-Haircut

I almost did not recognize him. He is worried that his “girl” in Ridgefield may not like his new shorter hair (as of about 2 hours after this photo was taken). I may be able to sneak in an “after” shot, even though he doesn’t love the paparazzi!

Smiling after that First Class Recliner Bed!

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Travel Destinations… The Hague

Just a few quick notes because a few of you have asked. I had never been to The Hague and really liked it. I may recommend not going in the winter however. It was quite cold and snowy. We stayed at the Carlton Ambassador Hotel, which I recommend. It had a roaring fire in the . . . → Read More: Travel Destinations… The Hague

National Portrait Gallery Rooftop

As promised, here is the photo of the view from atop the National Portrait Gallery, where my history class had lunch after our tour. I would highly recommend this as a stop when visiting the National Portrait Gallery (which is different from the National Gallery), because it had excellent food and a view even on . . . → Read More: National Portrait Gallery Rooftop

Christmas at The Dorchester

Spent the morning with the St John’s Wood group trying to get into the swing of the season! The Dorchester, which is located fairly close to me on the edge of Hyde Park, was hopping with guests and beautifully decorated.

These trees line the front entrance

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The Mich in The Hague

Made All-Tournament Team!

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