Carol & John Llewellyn
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Christmas in London 2008
Finding London such a great holiday experience last year, we returned for a few days of pre-Christmas cheer. The weather was crisp, but no rain for the five days we were there! Though we find cemeteries on most trips, the closest we got was the sarcophagi tops in the "V&A" (Victoria and Albert Museum) (below middle and right). Also, we found even more taxis as moving billboards than in 2007.
John next to Thames River John in Victoria & Albert museum Carol in "V&A"
skaters outside V&A John in front of longest Champagne Bar in Europe in St Pancras station Carol in St. Pancras station
(left) Skaters outside the V&A. (middle) John at St. Pancras railroad station, in front of what is proclaimed to be the longest champagne bar in Europe. (right) Carol in St. Pancras.
(below) We returned to La Duca for lunch and Spotless had to check on the linguini con vongole.
Carol at La Duca John at Al Duca Spotless at La Duca
Carol at lunch at Tate Britain lunch at Tate Britain John at lunch at Tate Britain
(above) After touring the Tate Britain Museum, we ate at the acclaimed Rex Whistler restaurant in the museum. Although a large Christmas party was seated next to us (middle, without people!), we had a great lunch before setting out for a production of Les Miserables.
(above) We returned to London because we love the spirit of Christmas throughout the city.
Christmas street ights in London Christmas streeet lights Christmas street lights
(below) Before seeing the play, Hairspray, we returned to l' Atelier de Joel Robuchon. After the play, we returned to Westminster Cathedral for a Christmas choral presentation.
counter at Joel Roebechon John & Carol at lunch
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