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While we where passing by Brunswick Centre (which is a quite old open shopping center), we noticed a new restaurant and decided to give it a try.. It is a 1 year old restaurant called Fastoche.. Fastoche is a French word means (easy-peasy) according to the way they serve food
Thursday isn’t an ordinary day in Covent Garden.. it’s the day when even the largest appetites are satisfied with a mouth watering array of fresh food.. such as chickens, beefs, artisan cheeses, cupcakes, smoked fish, gourmet pies.. You name it 😉 We couldn’t resist not trying the well presented food in such atmosphere.. so I’ll take you to a small journey of what we tried 🙂
Being one of those who are blessed to be having an Italian “Grinta”, i was strolling around the Emirates Stadium looking for a ticket to the upcoming Champions League AC Milan next game with Arsenal & i was literally stunned on the spot with how beautiful this stadium is.
Visiting m&m’s store was on my TO-Do List while being in London..which was officially opened on June 2011, in Leicester Square. You’ll experience a touch of London culture infused into their m&m’s experience.
In the same days of last year.. we were in London.. I was looking on our pics and found couple pics of the new year’s decoration.. which made me wonder what is this year’s preparations in London?.. so I googled it and wanted to share those lovely pics with u 🙂
London-based firm Foster + Partners, have just reviled the design for the new Kuwait International Airport “Officially”. The proposed airport will be able to handle 13 million annual travelers with the ability to expand to 50 million if needed. Made up of three symmetrical wings that will extend nearly a mile each, the airport will also include three levels each specialized for departure, arrivals, and baggage. To make the airport more user friendly and less confusing, there will be very few vertical changes. The continuous single roof will have glazed openings to allow in natural sunlight and extend to an outdoor canopy providing shade over the entrance area.