Holiday Inn London - Heathrow
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TravelPod Member ReviewsHoliday Inn London - Heathrow West Drayton
Other then issues with the room phone and a wander to reception in my pjs all is good.
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How bloody quick was this 2 weeks. Not only did it fly by but I spend the last couple of days holed up in my friends house. It's Monday morning I had a bad night sleep due to coughing and also was scared I would sleep in and miss my flight. We head out a bit earlier and post some Tim tams to my friend, Renate, in the Nederland's. Then to a local …
... we were only about 50 metres away- so we did a good job really! We arrived for supper on Christmas Eve then went to Christmas midnight service with Polly's brother Angus in a beautiful village church, that was bigger than the Chch cathedral! Christmas we spent relaxing with family, eating way too much food, and playing games of charades. We even taught various **magic games (bang bang who did I shoot etc!) Boxing Day we walked the dog on the beach, met even more family, ...
... s tour! A very engaging and amusing tour guide took us on a hour and a half bike tour of some of Munich's pretty churches and parks, as well as showing us one of the crazier antics of Munich's active people: river surfing! A large park in the center of Munich, fashioned on an English garden, requires regular watering to keep it green, so a small part of the river was diverted into the park. The speed at which the water enters the man made streams is so fast that it creates it own ...
... SLASH) Easyjet flight from Madrid to London. Lack of sleep and overexcitement at seeing England again made us both go a bit hyper/mental before walking through arrivals to meet our families. After many hugs (not too hard for Jen, didn't want a titanium screw to ping out and hit someone in the eye) we had afternoon tea at a hotel which was a lovely welcome home after the most amazing 7 months!
... completely different in the U.K. Way too much information for this blog. I'm happy to report that, once again, Justin led the way and hung on every word of the guide. He enjoyed himself immensely, which made it all worthwhile. We had a few minutes for souvenirs and then it was back on the train for the hour ride back to London. We took the tube back to the apartment and freshened up for a lovely dinner. Then it was home to bed, exhausted but ...