Guilford House Hotel
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... I made though George...his sister actually.
We went to John Lewis for tea. Probably the most British thing I have done this week apart from complain about the weather.
It was lovely to catch up with her, even if it was short. She moved to Bournemouth so I have decided a trip to the seaside is on the cards very soon :)
... market called Portobello Road markets in Notting Hill. It is the longest flea/antique markets in the world which goes up Portobello road for over 1.6 miles. Everything was way too expensive. We went to a pub and had some lunch. After lunch we went to 2 really cool bookshops. One was the Notting hill book shop and a bookshop for cooks! After that we caught the tube to Westminster. The tube is the underground railway that gets you all around London. Each line is ...
... this restaurant as it was awarded the best restaurant in Asia by San Pellegrino. We are excited to dine there in September.
Mallory wanted to bid us farewell so we had some good laughs in our hotel room, such good laughs that the neighbors knocked on the wall to announce they were not as amused and to please shut up.
Day 5 – Au Revoir London
Our last hours in London were spent watching the Changing of the Guards at the Buckingham ...
... Was actually a great afternoon and was very drunk by the time we left at 5.30pm.
Unfortunately, I also said I would go out for a drink with dog guy from Speed Dating. We ended up meeting out in Kentish Town at a outside pub for a couple of additional bottles of wine. I tell you I have had some shocking first dates (nipple rubbing at Mission Bay), but this date was still up there in horrificness. He said the most ...
... dam teddies!) As they knew they had to fit it in their bags!
We went across to cousins' Holly and James for a few days to say our farewells and for the kids to have a last catch up. We had such a wonderful time and took the kids to Go Ape. It's a highwire obstacle course that the girls had been wanting to do. We went to do it in Scotland where they have the longest flying fox but Megs was too young, it was really sad as we had built it up and they were so excited, so it was very ...