Cheval Phoenix House
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... House and get our bags and turn in our lanyards and done now with the brilliant experience that comes from patience with your MP and knowing that you can do this. Our legs are wobbly and like jelly for most of the rest of the day but we still manage to spend a bit of time just wandering around the Thames and appreciating that we have had such a wonderful opportunity to live in England for awhile. Yowzer, Yowzer but we are one lucky and amazing ...
Rained overnight, & then drizzle started early in the morning and stayed all day. No problems, as we can still walk. Had the tube as an option, but as no morning run occurred, the walking was good. Huge breakfast at the Club, then down Oxford Street to Leicester Square where we could buy cheaper show tickets. Success for 'Dirty Rotten Scoundrels ...
... stay with me, she rings the hostel though and they say they're full. I'm not sure if the guy was being a dick and recognised her voice because I'd seen empty beds in our room that day just before we left. We met the other two and go to a fancy restaurant, I get the most amazing burger, it has an even better side of chips, with some strange orange coating, Victoria knows what it is but I can't remember what she said. I try some of her quinoa, I don't rate it. Dinner is going ...
... the backstory behind every garment might not occur to the shopper when they are purchasing. I can easily understand why people flock to the street mindlessly while others flock to the streets to protest against the mindless. Personally, I have never been a fast-fashion fan and find it hard to buy things that actually fit me, but once you are in London everyone talks about the High Street that you end up just going there whether you like it ...
... to the cashier in the Café and she realised it must belong to that little short ass with the funny accent and she returned it to me. I didn't know I had lost it. So this bodes well for a successful trip.
The GPS brought us right to the door of Foley Farm Barn, a 600 year old barn converted to a beautiful B&B. Full English breakfast tomorrow!!!!!!!!