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- Continental Breakfast
- High-speed internet in room
- Non-smoking hotel
- Wireless internet connection in public areas
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Been years since I last saw Skid Row. Monsters or Rock at Donnington I think way the last time. Now I'd gotten tickets for Laura and I to see them at the Underworld in Camden. Somewhere neither of us had had a chance to go to. So dinner in The Diner first. It was Laura's birthday the following day and this was my gift to her I guess. Few drinks in the Worlds End which ...
... cycle had been started I went for a little walk around the village and found it very quaint. The streets were very narrow and this is exactly my impression of small English towns.
I loved it and once I had set the Drying cycle into effect, had a cuppa tea and read the news paper at a small cafe there, watching the world go by. I really enjoyed the experience and in future years I intend to return to England ...
... final games into over time.
A big ceremony is held in the borough village at the end of the day. Listing all 33 boroughs in order and unveiling the winner on a big board. The interns have the previlage of doing this.
Wandsworth took home the Jubilee Trophy for the second year in a row
We ended the day with strawberries and champagne to farewell outgoing staff and celebrate the conclusion of another fantastic year Summer Season! ...
... park next to the London eye and ate my lunch, got an ice cream and wandered around.
I then headed over to Waterloo station, caught the underground to London bridge. I saw how at London bridge how they were doing all this work and the station and area was looking good. I followed the signs to the London shard, showed my ticket (viator pre purchase) and went up to the observation deck. This is another good viewing point in London as it is very high up, but it was expensive ...
... security as you would expect. We had a quick bite to eat and then off to the West End to see "Mama Mia". It was quite a production. The Novello theatre was an impressive old building. There were 4 levels. We only had cheap tickets on the 3rd level. We moved at intermission into better seats. Mum enjoyed the show. I liked the movie better. Home to bed….so tired.
Ruby & Denice