Chiswick Lodge Hotel
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... evermore visible and shameful. The house prices in certain areas are jaw-dropping, with price-tags of some of the simple terraced houses built by the French Huguenots in the 1700s (following religious persecution by Catholic France) now reaching over 6m.
As I said, it was our second guided visit to the area and won't be our last. Within just a few streets, the variety is astounding and the food and drink alone is enough to draw us back again and again.
... and Spain, but we are running out of weekends, as we are only here for 15 weeks and have a week- long break. We tried to balance the amount of time we spent in England with the amount of time we spent exploring other countries, and I feel we did a pretty decent job of that. I'm also worried that if we don't save a couple weekends without traveling, we're going to be completely overwhelmed and exhausted. So I don't know whether or not ...
... an amazing performance! On the way home, the London Bridge was lit up – it looked "royal" purple in color!
... 4.80 and after a long drawn out telephone conversation with a foreign accented lady I finally got the necessary pass! Thank God for Skype, as the 10 minute call only cost me 42¢!
We then joined the traffic jam that is the M25, drove under the Thames and then headed further east to Southend-on-Sea, arriving mid afternoon.
There was a nice long promenade and a pier, along with all the usual amusement centres, and we found a lovely new Premier ...
... since John left London, however he did manage to find some pubs that he frequented in his youth. Buildings are being transformed and replaced by newer and more modern sites. London has the ability to build sensational landmarks, which then immediately inherit names based on their shapes. Most notable are the Walkie Talkie, Shard, Guerkin and Cheese Grater. These buildings are situated in the city of London, creating a true mix ...