The Park Hotel
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So today has been our last day in the country! Starting to get excited and it's nearly hit us that we are actually doing this! We have been in a bit of limbo the past few weeks and it hasn't felt real that we are finally off! We have planned this trip for over a year now and it's come around so quickly.
We have always been keen travellers, enjoying our trips away. We never thought we would be ones to actually 'travel' or 'backpack' but it's been ...
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So decided (maybe against personal judgement) to give Graham another shot at the whole dating thing... so after he finished work at 8pm we met up at All Bar One on Northcote Road where we had a few drinks and a chat. It was much better this time- more comfortable and we were able to tease each other a bit and not take it too seriously!
The kissing was even a definite improvement on last time.. who knows... maybe there will be a third ...
... times it started to make me feel sick. the next stop was the love lock bridge. so many locks on this bridge you would think its going to collapse soon. i didnt have a love but i defintly put my lock on the bridge with my name ingraved in it. off to the next stop.
notre dame de paris is a huge church. we go to look in it quickly but didnt have much time to look ...
... to the serious business of drinking and telling lies. The day was a right off for any further activity, and Jo and I found ourselves in bed and asleep by 8.30 that night. Friday saw us take a stroll through the streets to Coventry Garden and on to the river. We took a river cruise, which is something we hadn't done on previous trips. The Thames is a magical chunk of water with History unfolding in front of you ...