Retro Travel Themes Rule At London Tattoo Show

If you are looking for a treat, a carafe of 2010 Gevrey-Chambertin, Henri de Villamont costs 45 pounds. And if you are making a night of it, there are inventive cocktails, such as the quinine sour. Gymkhana isnt without its faults. Im hoping it will settle in and become clubbier. But it is fun and the food is exceptional. Im giving it the maximum four stars. The Bloomberg Questions Cost? About 30-40 pounds for food at dinner. Sound level? Quiet upstairs (65-70 decibels) and livelier downstairs, where the party is at night. Inside tip? Try the Quinine Sour cocktail (10 pounds), a sour gin & tonic with ginger and curry leaf. Special feature?

Without him, its a tough task to try to replace him. I know yall probably would say Ryan Kerrigan, whos been playing lights out as well, but London is the thing that really makes this defense and makes the team go. Hes a leader, hes been there before, hes going to be there again, and like you said, hes a Hall of Fame player. Fletcher over Kerrigan this year is a tough choice to defend, but I guess theres something to be said for a HOF reputation. Feel free to debate in the comments. The audio is here . Come for the Fletcher love, stay to hear Tapp joke about tackling his wife. TWEET OF THE NIGHT Didnt go the way I wanted tonight, but the experience is somethin Ill learn from and smile back on. Grateful Ive had such strong support. Connor Carrick (@connorcarrick) October 2, 2013 QUOTE OF THE NIGHT Jarvis Jenkins on coming back from suspensions with Rob Jackson: Weve got a lot of starting experience. Even though were not starting now, we can still come in with that mentality that we had last year of producing. I think were gonna get it going. PHOTO OF THE DAY First to win The Special Teams Player of the game belt Peoples Champ #httr #beardgang http://t.co/PyriTm2J5G Niles Paul (@Niles_Paul84) October 2, 2013 Mikhail Grabovski hat trick, anyone? STAT OF THE NIGHT Mikhail Grabovski is the 1st player in Capitals history to score a hat trick in the teams season opener.

Darryl Tapp says London Fletcher is Redskins’ best defensive player

Permanent tattoos are no longer permanent. You can scrub ’em off and set off around the world in search of more designs that other people will covet — until everyone has one HIDE CAPTION London (CNN) — Retro ruled at the Ninth International London Tattoo Convention over the weekend. It was a reminder of how central the theme of travel has long been to tattoos. How so? Consider the vintage designs that proved so popular among the thousands of inky fans gathered from all over the world at the three-day meet. Mermaids. Anchors and sailing ships. Coy 50s pin-ups. Gypsy girls. It’s the classic iconography of the sailor’s bicep — signifiers, in other words, of the professional, inveterate traveler. Traditional swing “There’s definitely a swing back to traditional. The fashion is the old U.S. marine styles,” Marcus Berriman, co-organiser of the convention, told the Guardian . But another trend on show had an equally strong travel imprint.

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