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Lovely little guest house, staff very friendly and helpful.
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Trip on the ferry back to Portsmouth was OK. A bit rollie, which lead him outside for a lot of fresh air! Ferry huge. Capacity 2400 people, and there were 400 on it, so there was plenty of room and no queues. Spent a lot of time chatting with Marc a french rider who was heading over to Britian. Check out the photo.
And guess what, it was raining back in the UK. Trip to Maidstone to see the bike dealer and arrange some parts was very cool from what we have got used to, and ...
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Guests at Hyde Park International also have many fine dining options outside their hotel such as Tothelo, The Monkey Puzzle, Cheminee Persian Restaurant, Connoisseurs Indian Tandoori, Frontline Restaurant, The Sir Alexander Fleming, Satay House, Ryath Halal Tandoori, Micky’s Fish and Chips, The Ganges, Fantasia Palace, Le Gourmet, Brasserie, Peking-Seoul Restaurant and many more.
... song a show stopper, so witty! Must buy the soundtrack, those South Park boys are so clever - I can't believe they've gotten away with making light of the most serious issues.... This afternoon seeing the play version of SHAKESPEARE IN LOVE and tonight MONTY PYTHON - am beside myself with excitement! I travelled for one night to Bristol where I saw incredible street art - it's the home of Banksy! And next ...
... thing is quite lengthy but we did see the replacements coming from the courtyard they gather in and then down the street to go to their new posts.
We visited St. Paul's Cathedral Monday morning as well and it is another of the many places here that it is simply impossible to describe. Coming from a country as "new" as America to see buildings that were here hundreds of years before we as a country even ...
Started off in light drizzle for the Tower, but the sun was out by the time we got there, and it was a beautiful day. Of course having the boys with us meant having something to eat as soon as we got there, so it was fish and chips for morning tea. We spilt up, as Terry and Paddy have to read every sign and take ages, so Seamus and I had a leisurely tour, strolling and taking photos. Seamus is very patient with me and ...