The Yardley Court Hotel
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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Free parking
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... I haven’t had time to completely digest my amazing year but I do realise that I have been extremely fortunate and I am very grateful to Sainsbury’s for the invaluable opportunity. This year wouldn’t have been possible without the suppliers who welcomed me into their companies, often during their busiest times- a big grazie, thank you and gracias to La Doria, Heartland, Alliance, Mack and Guimera. Thank you ...
... cop dramas or soapies. My initial impression when I stepped out of St Pancras was that it reminded me of Melbourne in a way. Walking down those side streets quickly dispelled that and I felt like I was on strangely familiar ground.
Thanks to some timely assistance, I was able to find a Vodafone store to obtain simcards for my mobile and tablet - I am now mobile again. I had a really nice long chat with the sales girl in ...
... to the serious business of drinking and telling lies. The day was a right off for any further activity, and Jo and I found ourselves in bed and asleep by 8.30 that night. Friday saw us take a stroll through the streets to Coventry Garden and on to the river. We took a river cruise, which is something we hadn't done on previous trips. The Thames is a magical chunk of water with History unfolding in front of you ...
... br> We kept walking through countless more housing estates and ended at the Broadway markets, near London Fields at Haggerston. I think these are some of the best markets we have ever seen. Very crowded, full of young hipsters and trendies. And us. The food stalls were fantastic - food from all over the world, amazing cheese, breads, cakes.... We had fish and chips for lunch.
... bowing and smiling to you both from a very wet UK, You had me in stitches about the balcony and pool observations! Glad you both got to Bangkok ok and are enjoying the luxurious surroundings. Tuk tuk trip tomorrow ? Take care guys and keep the blogs coming :) love mya xxx
Andrew on Feb, 10 2014 at 10:48PM
Did you know that the masculine form of the Thai greeting is pray bow smile and then say "Sawadee ****!" :) It's true, say it to the hotel staff and ...