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PDay 11 – LONDON CALLING – Part II

snoballz
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snoballz
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October 8th, 2012, 11:26 pm #1

When it Rome... we decided to eat some local fare and paid the venerable St. John a visit.












The next day, it was time to pay a visit to the Queen since according to the flying flag, she was in residence.








It was time to change the guards though.


























That evening Panerai hosted a small event and dinner at an Irish Gentlemen's Club. Not sure how the London Crew managed to persuade the club to close down the joint for us hooligans. Unfortunately or fortunately, I did not have my camera. It's enough of a challenge to meet old friends and meet new ones given the sheer mass of people. It was a wonderful evening and the London Organization Crew did an incredible job putting this together. I digress, but damn, getting a cab that late in the evening is pure hell. I pretty much walked back to the hotel while others jumped on pedicabs (rickshaws). Wish I had a camera for that!


Anyway, fast forward to the next day... on Bond Street.
















We headed toward Coventry Garden to meet up with a few people for lunch that Gush put together. Gush has been a rock star. He helped me way in advance to fill my days in London with my family. He didn't just make reservations for the out-of-towners, he was also present at each of those dinners and lunches to ensure we were all accommodated.
THANK YOU!!!










The food was friggin' exceptional!














Fast forward a bit and it was time for the main event. I did bring a camera this time and managed to take a few photos.

















Realizing there was trivia, we sat at the Destro table where Bo and Sainthan were sitting. We would have won!




Anyway, the fun continued long into the night. Thanks again to the London Organization Crew, Gush for personally assisting me and providing suggestions and making reservations, and all of you who made it this far.

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-luke

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October 8th, 2012, 11:38 pm #2

Love the pic of you and Gush w/ the queen!

Lets get the kids together soon. See you on the 20th?

; ))

Dan
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Tokyoristi
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October 8th, 2012, 11:50 pm #3

When it Rome... we decided to eat some local fare and paid the venerable St. John a visit.












The next day, it was time to pay a visit to the Queen since according to the flying flag, she was in residence.








It was time to change the guards though.


























That evening Panerai hosted a small event and dinner at an Irish Gentlemen's Club. Not sure how the London Crew managed to persuade the club to close down the joint for us hooligans. Unfortunately or fortunately, I did not have my camera. It's enough of a challenge to meet old friends and meet new ones given the sheer mass of people. It was a wonderful evening and the London Organization Crew did an incredible job putting this together. I digress, but damn, getting a cab that late in the evening is pure hell. I pretty much walked back to the hotel while others jumped on pedicabs (rickshaws). Wish I had a camera for that!


Anyway, fast forward to the next day... on Bond Street.
















We headed toward Coventry Garden to meet up with a few people for lunch that Gush put together. Gush has been a rock star. He helped me way in advance to fill my days in London with my family. He didn't just make reservations for the out-of-towners, he was also present at each of those dinners and lunches to ensure we were all accommodated.
THANK YOU!!!










The food was friggin' exceptional!














Fast forward a bit and it was time for the main event. I did bring a camera this time and managed to take a few photos.

















Realizing there was trivia, we sat at the Destro table where Bo and Sainthan were sitting. We would have won!




Anyway, the fun continued long into the night. Thanks again to the London Organization Crew, Gush for personally assisting me and providing suggestions and making reservations, and all of you who made it this far.

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-luke

The food looks to die for!


Thanks for posting.


Btw, you had to go and get "closing time" stuck in my end now. J/K, great choice!



___________

Jason
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October 9th, 2012, 12:02 am #4

When it Rome... we decided to eat some local fare and paid the venerable St. John a visit.












The next day, it was time to pay a visit to the Queen since according to the flying flag, she was in residence.








It was time to change the guards though.


























That evening Panerai hosted a small event and dinner at an Irish Gentlemen's Club. Not sure how the London Crew managed to persuade the club to close down the joint for us hooligans. Unfortunately or fortunately, I did not have my camera. It's enough of a challenge to meet old friends and meet new ones given the sheer mass of people. It was a wonderful evening and the London Organization Crew did an incredible job putting this together. I digress, but damn, getting a cab that late in the evening is pure hell. I pretty much walked back to the hotel while others jumped on pedicabs (rickshaws). Wish I had a camera for that!


Anyway, fast forward to the next day... on Bond Street.
















We headed toward Coventry Garden to meet up with a few people for lunch that Gush put together. Gush has been a rock star. He helped me way in advance to fill my days in London with my family. He didn't just make reservations for the out-of-towners, he was also present at each of those dinners and lunches to ensure we were all accommodated.
THANK YOU!!!










The food was friggin' exceptional!














Fast forward a bit and it was time for the main event. I did bring a camera this time and managed to take a few photos.

















Realizing there was trivia, we sat at the Destro table where Bo and Sainthan were sitting. We would have won!




Anyway, the fun continued long into the night. Thanks again to the London Organization Crew, Gush for personally assisting me and providing suggestions and making reservations, and all of you who made it this far.

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-luke

Thank you for sharing all this great moments with us, cheers

Regards


KenKan

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sdumperth
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October 9th, 2012, 12:36 am #5

When it Rome... we decided to eat some local fare and paid the venerable St. John a visit.












The next day, it was time to pay a visit to the Queen since according to the flying flag, she was in residence.








It was time to change the guards though.


























That evening Panerai hosted a small event and dinner at an Irish Gentlemen's Club. Not sure how the London Crew managed to persuade the club to close down the joint for us hooligans. Unfortunately or fortunately, I did not have my camera. It's enough of a challenge to meet old friends and meet new ones given the sheer mass of people. It was a wonderful evening and the London Organization Crew did an incredible job putting this together. I digress, but damn, getting a cab that late in the evening is pure hell. I pretty much walked back to the hotel while others jumped on pedicabs (rickshaws). Wish I had a camera for that!


Anyway, fast forward to the next day... on Bond Street.
















We headed toward Coventry Garden to meet up with a few people for lunch that Gush put together. Gush has been a rock star. He helped me way in advance to fill my days in London with my family. He didn't just make reservations for the out-of-towners, he was also present at each of those dinners and lunches to ensure we were all accommodated.
THANK YOU!!!










The food was friggin' exceptional!














Fast forward a bit and it was time for the main event. I did bring a camera this time and managed to take a few photos.

















Realizing there was trivia, we sat at the Destro table where Bo and Sainthan were sitting. We would have won!




Anyway, the fun continued long into the night. Thanks again to the London Organization Crew, Gush for personally assisting me and providing suggestions and making reservations, and all of you who made it this far.

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-luke








May the force be with you........................Always!

Being "Individual" is SO expensive!

"Always remember, you can't buy class" -Dad

!COMMUNITY UP!
Always remember, you can’t buy class. -Dad
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zameenzahari
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October 9th, 2012, 1:26 am #6

When it Rome... we decided to eat some local fare and paid the venerable St. John a visit.












The next day, it was time to pay a visit to the Queen since according to the flying flag, she was in residence.








It was time to change the guards though.


























That evening Panerai hosted a small event and dinner at an Irish Gentlemen's Club. Not sure how the London Crew managed to persuade the club to close down the joint for us hooligans. Unfortunately or fortunately, I did not have my camera. It's enough of a challenge to meet old friends and meet new ones given the sheer mass of people. It was a wonderful evening and the London Organization Crew did an incredible job putting this together. I digress, but damn, getting a cab that late in the evening is pure hell. I pretty much walked back to the hotel while others jumped on pedicabs (rickshaws). Wish I had a camera for that!


Anyway, fast forward to the next day... on Bond Street.
















We headed toward Coventry Garden to meet up with a few people for lunch that Gush put together. Gush has been a rock star. He helped me way in advance to fill my days in London with my family. He didn't just make reservations for the out-of-towners, he was also present at each of those dinners and lunches to ensure we were all accommodated.
THANK YOU!!!










The food was friggin' exceptional!














Fast forward a bit and it was time for the main event. I did bring a camera this time and managed to take a few photos.

















Realizing there was trivia, we sat at the Destro table where Bo and Sainthan were sitting. We would have won!




Anyway, the fun continued long into the night. Thanks again to the London Organization Crew, Gush for personally assisting me and providing suggestions and making reservations, and all of you who made it this far.

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-luke

It was indeed an honor to meet you and your family and spending some time over nonsense like GShocks!

Looking forward to the next time brother



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October 9th, 2012, 2:34 am #7

When it Rome... we decided to eat some local fare and paid the venerable St. John a visit.












The next day, it was time to pay a visit to the Queen since according to the flying flag, she was in residence.








It was time to change the guards though.


























That evening Panerai hosted a small event and dinner at an Irish Gentlemen's Club. Not sure how the London Crew managed to persuade the club to close down the joint for us hooligans. Unfortunately or fortunately, I did not have my camera. It's enough of a challenge to meet old friends and meet new ones given the sheer mass of people. It was a wonderful evening and the London Organization Crew did an incredible job putting this together. I digress, but damn, getting a cab that late in the evening is pure hell. I pretty much walked back to the hotel while others jumped on pedicabs (rickshaws). Wish I had a camera for that!


Anyway, fast forward to the next day... on Bond Street.
















We headed toward Coventry Garden to meet up with a few people for lunch that Gush put together. Gush has been a rock star. He helped me way in advance to fill my days in London with my family. He didn't just make reservations for the out-of-towners, he was also present at each of those dinners and lunches to ensure we were all accommodated.
THANK YOU!!!










The food was friggin' exceptional!














Fast forward a bit and it was time for the main event. I did bring a camera this time and managed to take a few photos.

















Realizing there was trivia, we sat at the Destro table where Bo and Sainthan were sitting. We would have won!




Anyway, the fun continued long into the night. Thanks again to the London Organization Crew, Gush for personally assisting me and providing suggestions and making reservations, and all of you who made it this far.

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-luke

One I'm sure your kid will remember for a long time ))))))))
Welcome back home

-Jay in Northern NJ



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October 9th, 2012, 3:46 am #8

When it Rome... we decided to eat some local fare and paid the venerable St. John a visit.












The next day, it was time to pay a visit to the Queen since according to the flying flag, she was in residence.








It was time to change the guards though.


























That evening Panerai hosted a small event and dinner at an Irish Gentlemen's Club. Not sure how the London Crew managed to persuade the club to close down the joint for us hooligans. Unfortunately or fortunately, I did not have my camera. It's enough of a challenge to meet old friends and meet new ones given the sheer mass of people. It was a wonderful evening and the London Organization Crew did an incredible job putting this together. I digress, but damn, getting a cab that late in the evening is pure hell. I pretty much walked back to the hotel while others jumped on pedicabs (rickshaws). Wish I had a camera for that!


Anyway, fast forward to the next day... on Bond Street.
















We headed toward Coventry Garden to meet up with a few people for lunch that Gush put together. Gush has been a rock star. He helped me way in advance to fill my days in London with my family. He didn't just make reservations for the out-of-towners, he was also present at each of those dinners and lunches to ensure we were all accommodated.
THANK YOU!!!










The food was friggin' exceptional!














Fast forward a bit and it was time for the main event. I did bring a camera this time and managed to take a few photos.

















Realizing there was trivia, we sat at the Destro table where Bo and Sainthan were sitting. We would have won!




Anyway, the fun continued long into the night. Thanks again to the London Organization Crew, Gush for personally assisting me and providing suggestions and making reservations, and all of you who made it this far.

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-luke

Glad to see everyone with happy faces in PDay

Thanks and Cheers!





Panerai....So Much More Than Just A Watch!!
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October 9th, 2012, 4:38 am #9

When it Rome... we decided to eat some local fare and paid the venerable St. John a visit.












The next day, it was time to pay a visit to the Queen since according to the flying flag, she was in residence.








It was time to change the guards though.


























That evening Panerai hosted a small event and dinner at an Irish Gentlemen's Club. Not sure how the London Crew managed to persuade the club to close down the joint for us hooligans. Unfortunately or fortunately, I did not have my camera. It's enough of a challenge to meet old friends and meet new ones given the sheer mass of people. It was a wonderful evening and the London Organization Crew did an incredible job putting this together. I digress, but damn, getting a cab that late in the evening is pure hell. I pretty much walked back to the hotel while others jumped on pedicabs (rickshaws). Wish I had a camera for that!


Anyway, fast forward to the next day... on Bond Street.
















We headed toward Coventry Garden to meet up with a few people for lunch that Gush put together. Gush has been a rock star. He helped me way in advance to fill my days in London with my family. He didn't just make reservations for the out-of-towners, he was also present at each of those dinners and lunches to ensure we were all accommodated.
THANK YOU!!!










The food was friggin' exceptional!














Fast forward a bit and it was time for the main event. I did bring a camera this time and managed to take a few photos.

















Realizing there was trivia, we sat at the Destro table where Bo and Sainthan were sitting. We would have won!




Anyway, the fun continued long into the night. Thanks again to the London Organization Crew, Gush for personally assisting me and providing suggestions and making reservations, and all of you who made it this far.

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-luke

stunning photos of a great weekend!

Great to meet you again!
Volker

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October 9th, 2012, 5:39 am #10

When it Rome... we decided to eat some local fare and paid the venerable St. John a visit.












The next day, it was time to pay a visit to the Queen since according to the flying flag, she was in residence.








It was time to change the guards though.


























That evening Panerai hosted a small event and dinner at an Irish Gentlemen's Club. Not sure how the London Crew managed to persuade the club to close down the joint for us hooligans. Unfortunately or fortunately, I did not have my camera. It's enough of a challenge to meet old friends and meet new ones given the sheer mass of people. It was a wonderful evening and the London Organization Crew did an incredible job putting this together. I digress, but damn, getting a cab that late in the evening is pure hell. I pretty much walked back to the hotel while others jumped on pedicabs (rickshaws). Wish I had a camera for that!


Anyway, fast forward to the next day... on Bond Street.
















We headed toward Coventry Garden to meet up with a few people for lunch that Gush put together. Gush has been a rock star. He helped me way in advance to fill my days in London with my family. He didn't just make reservations for the out-of-towners, he was also present at each of those dinners and lunches to ensure we were all accommodated.
THANK YOU!!!










The food was friggin' exceptional!














Fast forward a bit and it was time for the main event. I did bring a camera this time and managed to take a few photos.

















Realizing there was trivia, we sat at the Destro table where Bo and Sainthan were sitting. We would have won!




Anyway, the fun continued long into the night. Thanks again to the London Organization Crew, Gush for personally assisting me and providing suggestions and making reservations, and all of you who made it this far.

<object width="560" height="315"><param name="movie" value=""></param><param name="allowFullScreen" value="true"></param><param name="allowscriptaccess" value="always"></param><embed src="" type="application/x-shockwave-flash" allowscriptaccess="always" allowfullscreen="true" width="560" height="315"></embed></object>















-luke

cheers
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October 9th, 2012, 5:49 am #11

When it Rome... we decided to eat some local fare and paid the venerable St. John a visit.












The next day, it was time to pay a visit to the Queen since according to the flying flag, she was in residence.








It was time to change the guards though.


























That evening Panerai hosted a small event and dinner at an Irish Gentlemen's Club. Not sure how the London Crew managed to persuade the club to close down the joint for us hooligans. Unfortunately or fortunately, I did not have my camera. It's enough of a challenge to meet old friends and meet new ones given the sheer mass of people. It was a wonderful evening and the London Organization Crew did an incredible job putting this together. I digress, but damn, getting a cab that late in the evening is pure hell. I pretty much walked back to the hotel while others jumped on pedicabs (rickshaws). Wish I had a camera for that!


Anyway, fast forward to the next day... on Bond Street.
















We headed toward Coventry Garden to meet up with a few people for lunch that Gush put together. Gush has been a rock star. He helped me way in advance to fill my days in London with my family. He didn't just make reservations for the out-of-towners, he was also present at each of those dinners and lunches to ensure we were all accommodated.
THANK YOU!!!










The food was friggin' exceptional!














Fast forward a bit and it was time for the main event. I did bring a camera this time and managed to take a few photos.

















Realizing there was trivia, we sat at the Destro table where Bo and Sainthan were sitting. We would have won!




Anyway, the fun continued long into the night. Thanks again to the London Organization Crew, Gush for personally assisting me and providing suggestions and making reservations, and all of you who made it this far.

<object width="560" height="315"><param name="movie" value=""></param><param name="allowFullScreen" value="true"></param><param name="allowscriptaccess" value="always"></param><embed src="" type="application/x-shockwave-flash" allowscriptaccess="always" allowfullscreen="true" width="560" height="315"></embed></object>















-luke

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regards

Ralf aka Campsbay

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October 9th, 2012, 6:57 am #12

When it Rome... we decided to eat some local fare and paid the venerable St. John a visit.












The next day, it was time to pay a visit to the Queen since according to the flying flag, she was in residence.








It was time to change the guards though.


























That evening Panerai hosted a small event and dinner at an Irish Gentlemen's Club. Not sure how the London Crew managed to persuade the club to close down the joint for us hooligans. Unfortunately or fortunately, I did not have my camera. It's enough of a challenge to meet old friends and meet new ones given the sheer mass of people. It was a wonderful evening and the London Organization Crew did an incredible job putting this together. I digress, but damn, getting a cab that late in the evening is pure hell. I pretty much walked back to the hotel while others jumped on pedicabs (rickshaws). Wish I had a camera for that!


Anyway, fast forward to the next day... on Bond Street.
















We headed toward Coventry Garden to meet up with a few people for lunch that Gush put together. Gush has been a rock star. He helped me way in advance to fill my days in London with my family. He didn't just make reservations for the out-of-towners, he was also present at each of those dinners and lunches to ensure we were all accommodated.
THANK YOU!!!










The food was friggin' exceptional!














Fast forward a bit and it was time for the main event. I did bring a camera this time and managed to take a few photos.

















Realizing there was trivia, we sat at the Destro table where Bo and Sainthan were sitting. We would have won!




Anyway, the fun continued long into the night. Thanks again to the London Organization Crew, Gush for personally assisting me and providing suggestions and making reservations, and all of you who made it this far.

<object width="560" height="315"><param name="movie" value=""></param><param name="allowFullScreen" value="true"></param><param name="allowscriptaccess" value="always"></param><embed src="" type="application/x-shockwave-flash" allowscriptaccess="always" allowfullscreen="true" width="560" height="315"></embed></object>















-luke

hope too see you (real) soon


A.

Cheers and best from the holyland,

~Asi~



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October 9th, 2012, 7:51 am #13

When it Rome... we decided to eat some local fare and paid the venerable St. John a visit.












The next day, it was time to pay a visit to the Queen since according to the flying flag, she was in residence.








It was time to change the guards though.


























That evening Panerai hosted a small event and dinner at an Irish Gentlemen's Club. Not sure how the London Crew managed to persuade the club to close down the joint for us hooligans. Unfortunately or fortunately, I did not have my camera. It's enough of a challenge to meet old friends and meet new ones given the sheer mass of people. It was a wonderful evening and the London Organization Crew did an incredible job putting this together. I digress, but damn, getting a cab that late in the evening is pure hell. I pretty much walked back to the hotel while others jumped on pedicabs (rickshaws). Wish I had a camera for that!


Anyway, fast forward to the next day... on Bond Street.
















We headed toward Coventry Garden to meet up with a few people for lunch that Gush put together. Gush has been a rock star. He helped me way in advance to fill my days in London with my family. He didn't just make reservations for the out-of-towners, he was also present at each of those dinners and lunches to ensure we were all accommodated.
THANK YOU!!!










The food was friggin' exceptional!














Fast forward a bit and it was time for the main event. I did bring a camera this time and managed to take a few photos.

















Realizing there was trivia, we sat at the Destro table where Bo and Sainthan were sitting. We would have won!




Anyway, the fun continued long into the night. Thanks again to the London Organization Crew, Gush for personally assisting me and providing suggestions and making reservations, and all of you who made it this far.

<object width="560" height="315"><param name="movie" value=""></param><param name="allowFullScreen" value="true"></param><param name="allowscriptaccess" value="always"></param><embed src="" type="application/x-shockwave-flash" allowscriptaccess="always" allowfullscreen="true" width="560" height="315"></embed></object>















-luke

Cheers mate!



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October 9th, 2012, 8:43 am #14

When it Rome... we decided to eat some local fare and paid the venerable St. John a visit.












The next day, it was time to pay a visit to the Queen since according to the flying flag, she was in residence.








It was time to change the guards though.


























That evening Panerai hosted a small event and dinner at an Irish Gentlemen's Club. Not sure how the London Crew managed to persuade the club to close down the joint for us hooligans. Unfortunately or fortunately, I did not have my camera. It's enough of a challenge to meet old friends and meet new ones given the sheer mass of people. It was a wonderful evening and the London Organization Crew did an incredible job putting this together. I digress, but damn, getting a cab that late in the evening is pure hell. I pretty much walked back to the hotel while others jumped on pedicabs (rickshaws). Wish I had a camera for that!


Anyway, fast forward to the next day... on Bond Street.
















We headed toward Coventry Garden to meet up with a few people for lunch that Gush put together. Gush has been a rock star. He helped me way in advance to fill my days in London with my family. He didn't just make reservations for the out-of-towners, he was also present at each of those dinners and lunches to ensure we were all accommodated.
THANK YOU!!!










The food was friggin' exceptional!














Fast forward a bit and it was time for the main event. I did bring a camera this time and managed to take a few photos.

















Realizing there was trivia, we sat at the Destro table where Bo and Sainthan were sitting. We would have won!




Anyway, the fun continued long into the night. Thanks again to the London Organization Crew, Gush for personally assisting me and providing suggestions and making reservations, and all of you who made it this far.

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-luke

and talk about our family´s.

Great now to see the pictures of your family

Great reort. Thanks for sharing.


Brian H
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October 9th, 2012, 9:42 am #15

When it Rome... we decided to eat some local fare and paid the venerable St. John a visit.












The next day, it was time to pay a visit to the Queen since according to the flying flag, she was in residence.








It was time to change the guards though.


























That evening Panerai hosted a small event and dinner at an Irish Gentlemen's Club. Not sure how the London Crew managed to persuade the club to close down the joint for us hooligans. Unfortunately or fortunately, I did not have my camera. It's enough of a challenge to meet old friends and meet new ones given the sheer mass of people. It was a wonderful evening and the London Organization Crew did an incredible job putting this together. I digress, but damn, getting a cab that late in the evening is pure hell. I pretty much walked back to the hotel while others jumped on pedicabs (rickshaws). Wish I had a camera for that!


Anyway, fast forward to the next day... on Bond Street.
















We headed toward Coventry Garden to meet up with a few people for lunch that Gush put together. Gush has been a rock star. He helped me way in advance to fill my days in London with my family. He didn't just make reservations for the out-of-towners, he was also present at each of those dinners and lunches to ensure we were all accommodated.
THANK YOU!!!










The food was friggin' exceptional!














Fast forward a bit and it was time for the main event. I did bring a camera this time and managed to take a few photos.

















Realizing there was trivia, we sat at the Destro table where Bo and Sainthan were sitting. We would have won!




Anyway, the fun continued long into the night. Thanks again to the London Organization Crew, Gush for personally assisting me and providing suggestions and making reservations, and all of you who made it this far.

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-luke

As good as part one :) !! Great job n/t
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October 9th, 2012, 10:02 am #16

When it Rome... we decided to eat some local fare and paid the venerable St. John a visit.












The next day, it was time to pay a visit to the Queen since according to the flying flag, she was in residence.








It was time to change the guards though.


























That evening Panerai hosted a small event and dinner at an Irish Gentlemen's Club. Not sure how the London Crew managed to persuade the club to close down the joint for us hooligans. Unfortunately or fortunately, I did not have my camera. It's enough of a challenge to meet old friends and meet new ones given the sheer mass of people. It was a wonderful evening and the London Organization Crew did an incredible job putting this together. I digress, but damn, getting a cab that late in the evening is pure hell. I pretty much walked back to the hotel while others jumped on pedicabs (rickshaws). Wish I had a camera for that!


Anyway, fast forward to the next day... on Bond Street.
















We headed toward Coventry Garden to meet up with a few people for lunch that Gush put together. Gush has been a rock star. He helped me way in advance to fill my days in London with my family. He didn't just make reservations for the out-of-towners, he was also present at each of those dinners and lunches to ensure we were all accommodated.
THANK YOU!!!










The food was friggin' exceptional!














Fast forward a bit and it was time for the main event. I did bring a camera this time and managed to take a few photos.

















Realizing there was trivia, we sat at the Destro table where Bo and Sainthan were sitting. We would have won!




Anyway, the fun continued long into the night. Thanks again to the London Organization Crew, Gush for personally assisting me and providing suggestions and making reservations, and all of you who made it this far.

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-luke

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October 9th, 2012, 10:45 am #17

When it Rome... we decided to eat some local fare and paid the venerable St. John a visit.












The next day, it was time to pay a visit to the Queen since according to the flying flag, she was in residence.








It was time to change the guards though.


























That evening Panerai hosted a small event and dinner at an Irish Gentlemen's Club. Not sure how the London Crew managed to persuade the club to close down the joint for us hooligans. Unfortunately or fortunately, I did not have my camera. It's enough of a challenge to meet old friends and meet new ones given the sheer mass of people. It was a wonderful evening and the London Organization Crew did an incredible job putting this together. I digress, but damn, getting a cab that late in the evening is pure hell. I pretty much walked back to the hotel while others jumped on pedicabs (rickshaws). Wish I had a camera for that!


Anyway, fast forward to the next day... on Bond Street.
















We headed toward Coventry Garden to meet up with a few people for lunch that Gush put together. Gush has been a rock star. He helped me way in advance to fill my days in London with my family. He didn't just make reservations for the out-of-towners, he was also present at each of those dinners and lunches to ensure we were all accommodated.
THANK YOU!!!










The food was friggin' exceptional!














Fast forward a bit and it was time for the main event. I did bring a camera this time and managed to take a few photos.

















Realizing there was trivia, we sat at the Destro table where Bo and Sainthan were sitting. We would have won!




Anyway, the fun continued long into the night. Thanks again to the London Organization Crew, Gush for personally assisting me and providing suggestions and making reservations, and all of you who made it this far.

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-luke

Best wishes to you, A & M, as always.



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October 9th, 2012, 11:47 am #18

When it Rome... we decided to eat some local fare and paid the venerable St. John a visit.












The next day, it was time to pay a visit to the Queen since according to the flying flag, she was in residence.








It was time to change the guards though.


























That evening Panerai hosted a small event and dinner at an Irish Gentlemen's Club. Not sure how the London Crew managed to persuade the club to close down the joint for us hooligans. Unfortunately or fortunately, I did not have my camera. It's enough of a challenge to meet old friends and meet new ones given the sheer mass of people. It was a wonderful evening and the London Organization Crew did an incredible job putting this together. I digress, but damn, getting a cab that late in the evening is pure hell. I pretty much walked back to the hotel while others jumped on pedicabs (rickshaws). Wish I had a camera for that!


Anyway, fast forward to the next day... on Bond Street.
















We headed toward Coventry Garden to meet up with a few people for lunch that Gush put together. Gush has been a rock star. He helped me way in advance to fill my days in London with my family. He didn't just make reservations for the out-of-towners, he was also present at each of those dinners and lunches to ensure we were all accommodated.
THANK YOU!!!










The food was friggin' exceptional!














Fast forward a bit and it was time for the main event. I did bring a camera this time and managed to take a few photos.

















Realizing there was trivia, we sat at the Destro table where Bo and Sainthan were sitting. We would have won!




Anyway, the fun continued long into the night. Thanks again to the London Organization Crew, Gush for personally assisting me and providing suggestions and making reservations, and all of you who made it this far.

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-luke

Looks like you guys really did 'London' good and proper

Was great to meet you
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October 9th, 2012, 12:04 pm #19

When it Rome... we decided to eat some local fare and paid the venerable St. John a visit.












The next day, it was time to pay a visit to the Queen since according to the flying flag, she was in residence.








It was time to change the guards though.


























That evening Panerai hosted a small event and dinner at an Irish Gentlemen's Club. Not sure how the London Crew managed to persuade the club to close down the joint for us hooligans. Unfortunately or fortunately, I did not have my camera. It's enough of a challenge to meet old friends and meet new ones given the sheer mass of people. It was a wonderful evening and the London Organization Crew did an incredible job putting this together. I digress, but damn, getting a cab that late in the evening is pure hell. I pretty much walked back to the hotel while others jumped on pedicabs (rickshaws). Wish I had a camera for that!


Anyway, fast forward to the next day... on Bond Street.
















We headed toward Coventry Garden to meet up with a few people for lunch that Gush put together. Gush has been a rock star. He helped me way in advance to fill my days in London with my family. He didn't just make reservations for the out-of-towners, he was also present at each of those dinners and lunches to ensure we were all accommodated.
THANK YOU!!!










The food was friggin' exceptional!














Fast forward a bit and it was time for the main event. I did bring a camera this time and managed to take a few photos.

















Realizing there was trivia, we sat at the Destro table where Bo and Sainthan were sitting. We would have won!




Anyway, the fun continued long into the night. Thanks again to the London Organization Crew, Gush for personally assisting me and providing suggestions and making reservations, and all of you who made it this far.

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-luke

Glad your family, esp your son got to enjoy your Pday experience.

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October 9th, 2012, 12:06 pm #20

When it Rome... we decided to eat some local fare and paid the venerable St. John a visit.












The next day, it was time to pay a visit to the Queen since according to the flying flag, she was in residence.








It was time to change the guards though.


























That evening Panerai hosted a small event and dinner at an Irish Gentlemen's Club. Not sure how the London Crew managed to persuade the club to close down the joint for us hooligans. Unfortunately or fortunately, I did not have my camera. It's enough of a challenge to meet old friends and meet new ones given the sheer mass of people. It was a wonderful evening and the London Organization Crew did an incredible job putting this together. I digress, but damn, getting a cab that late in the evening is pure hell. I pretty much walked back to the hotel while others jumped on pedicabs (rickshaws). Wish I had a camera for that!


Anyway, fast forward to the next day... on Bond Street.
















We headed toward Coventry Garden to meet up with a few people for lunch that Gush put together. Gush has been a rock star. He helped me way in advance to fill my days in London with my family. He didn't just make reservations for the out-of-towners, he was also present at each of those dinners and lunches to ensure we were all accommodated.
THANK YOU!!!










The food was friggin' exceptional!














Fast forward a bit and it was time for the main event. I did bring a camera this time and managed to take a few photos.

















Realizing there was trivia, we sat at the Destro table where Bo and Sainthan were sitting. We would have won!




Anyway, the fun continued long into the night. Thanks again to the London Organization Crew, Gush for personally assisting me and providing suggestions and making reservations, and all of you who made it this far.

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-luke

A good one Luke! See you soon il mio amico.

"Life's an adventure, you might as well wear a Panerai"
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