Marlin Apartments Stratford London
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... Italian water gardens, and the gardens of Kensington Palace. We probably did about 3 miles plus and had a wonderful morning. As the day progressed it began to rain so we ducked into a cozy Italian restaurant for a delicious meal albeit not inexpensive. Upon leaving the restaurant we stopped a business man to inquire about directions to the Victoria ...
... felt very posh riding up and down on and at the bottom is the memorial to Diana and Dodi which was sad to see and reflect on. Yes, both wealthy and privileged but he was an only son and she a loved mum and daughter and any life taken early is very sad.
We had a little rest at home before dinner at an Indian close by, so we could enjoy this cuisine which is meant to be so good in the UK. I figure you have guessed where I am heading on this one ...
... middle-seat-seatbacks that
split to fold down and turn the middle seat into a table of sorts. Here, that
is still de regour.
It is cloudy over Europe as we make the short flight from
Italy to England with little to be seen below save one very short glimpse of
Formalities at Heathrow are seamless and, after leaving our extra
baggage at "left baggage," we find the
Picadilly underground (dark blue) and ride it ...
... was ever in any doubt before, I am loved. We are loved. And loved by unbelievably kind hearted, wonderful people. My heart swells just thinking about some of the kind words that have passed the lips of those from whom I wouldn't have expected it to, or just small notes from those that I wouldn't have even thought would notice we are leaving....but mostly the genuine encouragement, is from those that know us best. Those who we are ...
... in the Tate Modern :) We will post again later. Lauren. It is Kate now - the rest of the day was amazing. We walked back over the Millennium Bridge with a lovely view of St Paul's Cathedral - we briefly checked out doing a tour but at £42 for a family but decided against it as we had limited time. All around the area we saw statues of Shaun the Sheep as fund raises for kids charities. Some of them were really cute. We walked off ...