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... with us!) we were extremely shocked to see the Ageas Logo pop up on the airline televisions…got a photo of that too!
Now just killing time as we are somewhere over Russia…we did have a little snooze but as you can imagine this is not the easiest thing to do, however, we had to man up and realise this could be the first of many sleepless journeys.
We will continue to update…see you later guys… peace out. Lauren (L) x
PS photos coming ...
... He tries so hard to get "the mystical thirty" that his poor little brain is about to implode having to deal with his fingers inadequate timing. The night gets on a bit and we all split up, I am lying in bed now, everyone is gone.
I spring into action in the morning, not out of excitement but out of finally having a direction I have to go, it gives my life some brief order, I'm one stop over to Paddington and on the Heathrow Express service, transfer to terminal ...
Create some of the great memories of your holidays in London. Enjoy your stay at some of the best hotels in this city, and not dot travel like a tourist
Thinking where you should spend your holidays? Which will be the best place to go and have some of the best time of your life? Do not think; just book your tickets to London? This is the best place where you can spend your vacations and have some of the great time with your friends and family. ...
... I’ve ever seen! We passed by an Italian Restaurant counter where the Chef was singing opera while stretching his pizza dough. The kids and Shelton all got a cake from the Harrods Food Hall which had a fantastic array of food and was not as expensive as you might think. The Christmas Bear for 2014 is in store already, his name is Jasper and he’s super cute, I could have easily added him to my collection of Harrrods Bears but refrained ...
There’s so much to see in Westminster — Big Ben, Parliament, the Thames, St James' Park, The Eye — we had plenty to see! It was fun to revisit the areas we’d seen before and explore new ones. The London skyline is changing. There are a lot of new, modern high rises, just since we were here last, some built for the Olympics. And the city ...