26 May 2015

London Revisited by AteTinTin

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Never the poetry buff, this was a trip I was not looking forward to. However seeing his home was really cool because it was a beautiful oasis from the streets of London. The gardens were beautiful and the interior of the house was cool because none of it was off limits. We could wander through almost all of the house. It was like a Jane Austin era house.

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I have never been to this part of London. I have to say that it is quite beautiful! It has some gorgeous little cafes and shops. I wouldn't mind coming back here for a visit. It feels like a little village but still with a lot to do. We came across this place and I immediately fell in love with the outdoor eating space and it does not hurt that it is right next to Mark and Spencer's. I ordered the granola because it smelled so good and it was AMAZING. Then for my savory dish I shared a Spanish Tortilla with Ana. We had lunch with Sara and Sydney, but when they split for the lecture, Ana helped with the accounting. The place was exactly what I needed.

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When I visited Kensington Palace the day before, I was on a tight schedule because I had to get back in time to meet the group. So today I wanted to see the gardens that surrounded the palace. They seemed pretty from what I could see and it was a nice day to walk in them. The Gardens were small but pretty. A good place to take pictures in.

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I had never been to Brick Lane bel fee, but apparently this is the place to eat curry in London. There are quite a few options to eat here it is hard to choose. Most of the street is dotted by Bengali curry restaurants and sweet shops. It's a cool area even though it is also the site for Jack the Ripper. Ana ordered some lamb biryani, chicken tikka, and saag paneer. It was all really good and it made me miss Pakistan.