Here are lots more photos:
Cafe Uno - The whole building was covered in tiles with an Egyptian theme:
Cycling skeleton in Libertys pharmacy - a comment on models these days perhaps?
Himself had booked tickets for 'The Infidel' with Omid Djalili (bloke from the MoneySupermarket.com ads), Richard Schiff (Toby in The West Wing) and Matt Lucas playing a Rabbi at the Empire Leicester Square cinema - somewhere we used to (easily and quickly) drive to and park just around the corner, on the street, for free, before we were married - We would nip into 'town' for the Saturday midnight movie - the seats reclined and it was rather nice after the then somewhat scruffy provincial Ealing or Wembley cinemas.
Considering the price of our tickets I would have expected more, true we were on the back row with plenty of leg room and true the seats still reclined, but since the seats in front also reclined, Himself and I had a couple who insisted on bouncing back and forth on their chair backs throughout the entire film - thus spoiling our comfort value by 99.9%, looking around other tall people suffered the same way. However the film was both enjoyable and funny, just a shame about the cinema seats.Inside Libertys (Oh how I love this shop):
I'm sure I've either seen this quilt before or something similar to this idea before....... Liberty Jack by Janey Forgan:
Small Cot quilt - Welsh wool -1860's Red diamonds in the centre are satin and the hearts are a fine knitted fabric, they may have once been stockings.