Thursday, 15 October 2015

Posted in Arrangement, Art, Business

a very good morning

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It was a very good morning. The Awesome Mix Vol 1. was the perfect 6:00 am shower companion. Speaking of perfect companions.... the night before had awakened something in me that didn't fancy sleeping in.
Tossing one last chocolate mini croissant into my mouth I strutted out of the breakfast room and flicked open my umbrella as I held the door for an elderly couple making their way in through the hotel doors.
“Morning, Sir! Can I get you a cab?” enquired the cheery doorman.
I took in the view along the embankment as the taxi idled in the rain, tracking the London Eye's slow procession through the drizzle burdened window.
“Fuckin' cyclists!” emplored the driver, the tyres hissing on the wet tarmac as we accelerated into the Blackfriars underpass.
Enraptured with the spirit of life, I casually flicked at my phone and watched while Good brought in the day's agenda. Welcome dinner 8:00pm, The Bleeding Heart caught my eye. Well, there went the evenings plans. Or so I thought.
Another day passed in bewildering succession of Starbucks, catered meetings and whiteboard scribbling. Were we making progress? Did it matter?
A spectacular sunset fell across the Thames as my companions as we enjoyed bottled Peroni on the back deck of the Thames Clipper on our way back to BlackFriars. Pleasant though it was, my thoughts were back in the bar of the hotel with the enchanting company of Miss A. Her playful eyes and seductive smile, her lips as sweet as candy. Back in the moment. I faked a smile and tossed back the last drop and gestured for a second.
The intimate setting of the restaurant jarred with the masculine elite company as the flowing Sancerre slowly wrestled with my composure and professionalism.
“Succulent fillet, that!” commented a colleague.
“Yes...” I whimsically retorted, “"

Thursday, 8 October 2015

Posted in Arrangement, Art, Business

London Museums

If you’re looking for a way to kill some time before your booking with a stunning London escort from the London escorts website there are few better places in London to pass the time than in some of the incredible museums you can find all around the city, with remarkable exhibits and some incredibly unique artifacts and as such in this article I am going to give you some advice on which of the museums are the best to check out and which of their exhibits are the ones you should really check out.

Natural History Museum

This museum will forever be one of my personal favourites within London and it is a wonderful place for you to learn an awful lot about the history of life on earth and all for absolutely nothing, entry to this amazing museum won’t cost you a penny. There is also free wifi available throughout the entire museum so that you can download audio guides to the exhibits which can really help you with navigating your way around the museum and finding the more exciting exhibits that are available for you to see.

British Museum

This museum is commonly known for being one of the best museums in the entire world, having astonishingly famous artefacts contained within its walls such as a statue from Easter Island and the Rosetta stone which has led to our understanding of Egyptian hieroglyphs today. Some of the biggest archaeological breakthroughs have now been moved to this museum where they can be seen by the public whenever you want to visit thanks to the completely free entry.

Science Museum

This is another museum which is entirely free to enter, although it is recommended that you help them out by donating £5 per person. There are some shows at the IMAX theater inside which you do have to pay to view however these are amazingly informative and exciting to watch and because of this they are definitely worth splashing a bit of cash on.