Furnival House - University of Westminster
Travel Blogs from London
... great fence around it! I walked around it for ages but couldn't find an entrance. I enjoyed looking at everything and marvelled at the number and variety of restaurants on the way, bought a British tourist umbrella - although there was a very fine mist when I left the hotel, it didn't last long and was fine for the rest of my walk. Only here for a few hours and have loved every minute :D We leave at 5 tomorrow morning on our European tour and see Irma in Amsterdam tomorrow ...
... again watched the world relax.
Lovely, now back at the apartment, a shower before we
Goodbye River Thames.
Hello Sydney on Wednesday morning.
And I hope they’ve put some new films to watch, since we
throughout the week.
There is a variety of activities offered by the hostel and a
bunch of stuff to do around the neighborhood. We bought one of the tourist City
Passes to avoid the long queue times.
Our hostel is infinitely nicer than the hostel I stayed in
while in San Francisco. Everything is so clean and there are so many facilities
available (food, drink, laundry, internet, etc.). Today is our down time day.
... is so similar in personality. What was very cool about Grace is she let Meg borrow her clothes! and Jessi was lucky enough to be similar sizing to Hollie so even she got to borrow something different to wear too ;) We also got to catch up with fantastic Aunty Sue who very quickly became the girls' favourite Aunty with a big chocolate Easter egg! On leaving I said to Megs, The best thing about making a new friend here, is that Grace is your cousin, so you ...
... a great time getting to know all of her friends. I went to bed far later than I should have (but hey, I got a nap) and squished into Kathleen's twin bed.
The next day, Kathleen and I woke up fairly early and headed into central London. For as ****** as I heard London can be weather wise, we picked a great day to go. It was sunny and beautiful, considering it was the end of October. We walked to the train station, which only took about 7 minutes, but jusssttttt ...