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Monthly Archives: May 2012
Krystle and I walked to a little place called The Neighborhood for breakfast this morning. It had been recommended to us by Dr P and our cabby, so we decided it would be worth a try. It was only three … Continue reading
16 May 2012 Could I just begin by saying I’m a little disappointed that I had to make it through my entire first day in England without a single spot of tea? I’m not a very picky traveler, but of … Continue reading