Ashling Tara Hotel
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Last full day in England today, sad but happy as my next adventure is Germany! Which should be fantastic! Woke up and got ready quite early this morning as I decided last night I'd go back to the London eye this morning and go on it, hopefully missing the ques! Mum organised to ensure dans family was at my house this morning so Billie could speak to them all via FaceTime before I left England. She hopped on about 8am, after I'd spoken to them for a ...
I (who has every allergy/illness under the sun and needs complete silence, a comfy bed and four pillows to even get to sleep) am going on a month-long (ish) tour of Europe, complete with ****** hostels, an uncomfortable coach and 25 18-year-old Aussies.....Uh oh.
First thing is first...I ...
... So Darren headed out and I went back up to the apartment and just hung out a while keeping myself warm. Darren got back with a couple of burgers and chips and we ate and then went back to doing a whole lot of nothing. In the afternoon Saumya came home to rescue us from our house arrest, and we hung out chatting and chilling for a while before getting ready and jumping on a bus out to a pub where Graham and his ...
... Dylan bought his first guitar, David Bowie did his starter gigs, and where Pink Floyd subsidized a school as repayment for using their students without permission in their hit song "Brick in the Wall." He took us to the #1 bakery in Soho and where The Rolling Stones sang "Ruby Tuesday" to a small and intimate audience. The facts and trivia were endless. We learned where John and Yoko took their nude photographs and where Led Zeppelin penned "Stairway to Heaven;" where Paul ...
... and in train stations. This morning I
watched the highlights of an Arsenal game over hostel breakfast – cereal, tea
and a mystery juice that tasted like orange juice and Gatorade mixed together.
Judith and I passed breakfast in silence, as neither of us
are really morning people. In case you are curious the phrase morning person
translates quite well into German. Our goal today was to seen Greenwhich
village. This is my third time in London and I have yet ...