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... good roads away) and one has to only catch a train from Paddington station all the way here. Trains leave every twenty five minutes and the journey itself can vary from twenty five to forty minutes, for a little less than nine pounds. To truly soak in the sights and surroundings however it is often recommended that one spend more time in the crisp country air. There are numerous hotels in Hunslow that will give you a comfortable stay for a ...
... found that eating a midnight snack lowers the brains cognitive functions the next day. His question was whether or not know this plus affect if we ate midnight snacks, and if were a fan of them.
He seemed to rely like our answer, which was along the lines of how we would eat good , if we were up, but that we normally would wake up to eat food. I don't know what that would have been used for. But it was fun all along.
When we got to ...
... at the hostel. It wasn't far away, so we were there in no time. Five minutes there was long enough to recoup and head out in search of some nightlife. We ended up back in Leicester Square, where the bars are surprisingly more strict than anywhere else I had been (we were actually checked for ID....). We got in alright, hoping to meet some British friends, but man we must have picked the wrong bar. The bar itself was fine, a fine place and good drinks, but the ...
Things were not too crowded in Oxford Street – a benefit of not travelling in peak times. We went up Duke Street towards Manchester Square, past a Lacoste shop with a crocodile (their symbol) out the front of it.
We have a painting of Manchester Square painted by M. E. R. Tripe, a relative of David's and it will be interesting to compare the views. We think that the trees have ...
... asked us how he was, it seems we were quite famous on the flight. After arriving in London we had breakfast with Caroline, who told us of her adventures and heard about ours. We then got our Oyster cards and tube maps and head off to the hotel. Our hotel is fifty quid a night and it's in Earls court, which borders Chelsea. We walked down a cobbled path in the warm afternoon light ...