Monthly Archives: May 2010

Mind the Gap

London’s underground or the “tube” has got to be one of the great experiences of living here.  While sometimes I opt for a taxi if my destination is beyond comfortable walking distance (usually when I want daylight and to see … Continue reading

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Battersea Contemporary Art Fair

Who would have thought we would find ourselves on Lavendar Hill in Battersea on a Friday night in May.  But we used the lure of possibly finding a “souvenir” of our London trip at the Battersea Contemporary Art Fair http://bcac.info/. … Continue reading

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The Turf Tavern and the ghost of Inspector Morse…

On my first trip to Oxford a couple of weeks ago, I was in a workshop all day so didn’t see much (read any) of Oxford.  So this second trip, I made sure there was a bit of time to … Continue reading

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Being at the meridien…

Having time to visit places that you just don’t get to if you only have a few days in London has been one of the joys of our experience here.  We seem to have fun when we have a “destination” … Continue reading

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Franklin Farm — a Hampshire haven

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