Excelsior Hotel London
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... 25.5599994659424px;">So I went home. Saying that it was a long trip.
Not only did I throw up at work, I also threw up at Green Park Station and Dollis Hill Station.
Walked to bathroom and threw up again.
I went straight to bed.
... participants. Once entering the run we were pelted with pink paint, yellow paint, orange paint and finally blue paint at the set paint stations. Then after completing the run (of which we actually only ran small amounts), we were given more pink and blue paint to anoint ourselves with- which we thoroughly enjoyed! Suzi got Natalie really good with blue paint ...
... be able to go to one in the UK so it was a perfect opportunity. The food was amazing, beautifully presented (esp the starter platter served on a long wooden board and placed on tins of tomatoes in the centre of the table for us to share) and the kids were so well behaved. By the time we'd got the tube and train back it was very late and both littlies were fast asleep so we went straight back to the hotel and all crashed out too! ...
... were required to use them straight away. After settling into our new 'digs' we went for a walk in the rain to checkout our local surroundings, bought some bare essential groceries and an Oyster card for travel on the London metro system. Not much else to report after that....studied the maps for tomorrow's plan of attack, watched some World Cup soccer and whipped up a spaghetti bolognese for ...
... today at the summit it was a very different story. Incredibly cold.
When we returned to a more reasonable temperature at ground level, we caught a bus on the same route to return to the city centre. There is located, what is called, "The Fortress" which is perched high on, what looks like a massive granite-like hill.
The Fortress was built, as the name applies, to protect the city and dates back at least 700 AD. To ...