The journey from the states to London can be quite grueling, even if you don’t feel it getting off the plane. It’s that bit about peeling yourself out of bed the next day when your body is sure that it is between 2 and 4 in the morning after having been improperly fed and awake for approximately 30 or more hours. When Jane and Quinn awoke last Saturday morning(ish) we all shuffled to Borough Market, home of the Cinnamon Tree Bakery brownie of wonder. Some of you have heard about these brownies before. There is no doubt you will hear of them again. Let it be known that these should not be missed on your next trip.
(Let it be said that one order of Fish ‘n’ Chips from Borough Market is big enough for two!) Of course, we had a frosty beverage at The Market Porter Pub before we wandered to the East Village to let Jane and Quinn have a little look at the restaurant we recommended for their anniversary dinner.
Although there are no photos, we have been assured that Village East is what we promised. Â (Thanks, again, to Emily and Kerry for introducing me to a little bit of East Nashville in London!)
While Jane and Quinn were celebrating their anniversary, Drew and I had burritos and made chocolate cupcakes in our candle lit kitchen.
We were happy to Â join them for a frosty round at The Shakespeare post anniversary date.
I think we were all tired, but it was so nice to be with friends.