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Category Archives: London
You’ll need directions, right? Well guess what, Google’s here to help! 1. Go to Google Maps. 2. Click on “get directions” (under the Search Maps box) 3. Type “New York” in the first box (the “from” box) 4. Type “London” … Continue reading
Yes, I know how much it distressed everyone when I stopped posting pics from my London trip. I have a few more that I love that I’ll put up at some point. But in the meantime with all the buzz … Continue reading
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More London photos, hooray! On Friday, we started out at the Tate Britain, which runs a ferry up the Thames between it and the Tate Modern. So after browsing art for awhile we ferried up the river. Didn’t go into … Continue reading
I had quite a pile of work awaiting me after my trip, so I’ve spent this week churning out Corporate Prose. I’ve got more to write this weekend, but in the meantime here’s a few more pics. The day after … Continue reading
Continuing my story of the trip :-) On the 15th, we got up bright and early to catch the Eurostar to Paris. Here’s a pic of the train station in London. The train took about two hours to reach its … Continue reading
Turns out I didn’t have to go to England to see an English robin! Somebody who doesn’t know his birds — or doesn’t care that his clip art was of a non-native species — put one on the cover of … Continue reading
The weather was pleasant for almost the entire time I was in London. Like Wednesday, for instance. It rained a bit overnight; when I took this pic from the hotel window in the morning the streets were still wet. But … Continue reading