Euro Hotel Harrow
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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Room service
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- Wheelchair accessibility
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Today, Catherine, Giles, Emily and Oscar, took us to Greenwich for the day. We took the DLR train from the tube station, which the kids were quite excited about, as they could sit at the very front and "drive" the train through the tunnels. Cole was quite amazed as well, but said he had to keep it on the inside.
We arrived in Greenwich and went up the hill to the Observatory, where the Prime Meridian Line ...
... course where I worked) - and it reminded me why I was doing this. This is an absolute adventure and I will embrace it and love it!
Right, off to bed...tomorrow evening...I'll be in Rio...EEK!
(P.S. This is my first ever post - bear with me - I'll get the hang of it...Dionne, Dimps, Megan, Hen - I can just imagine you cringing - I'll get better!!!!)
... main' entrances. I was meeting a friend from my Scotland tour and after about half an hour of waiting for each other at the main entrance, we finally found each other inside the markets and stopped for tea and scones. - Go the the borough markets. - Stop to watch the buskers, I'm still regretting not joining the crowd of people watching a dance crew in the convent garden markets because I just don't know what they did to earn that round ...
... currently set in stone and days can be switched out with each other. **arrive and depart from terminal 4* Day 1 - Wed March 5 (NOTE: no travelcard - use Oyster) 11am - arrive (best description of transport options: http://www.londontoolkit.com/travel/lhr _underground.htm) **12:30pm - Picadilly line towards Cockforsters. Change at Holborn for Central Line towards ...
... arrived. I started explaining the whole background of the church to Nicola until she said this wasn't the church, so we re-routed our walking plan and included the real Westminster Abbey. We walked all the way across Hyde Park which was gorgeous after it stopped raining and the we could watch the sunset over the pond. Nicola spotted two squirrels and tried whistling to them to come by her. When she pulled out the bag ...