The Park Hotel
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- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Free parking
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... it's very convenient here. After a short ride we were off to find what trip advisor calls the best Indian restaurant in London. Yes I said Indian, we have convinced Andrew to try it for the first time after years of begging. The restaurant was small but very nicely decorated and the menu seemed very traditional. I ordered a medium spice chicken dish and originally wanted to increase it to hot but the waiter cautioned me against it. When the meal came I realized not to always listen to ...
... going travelling and even easier because I didn't know when. It was my hypothetical future, a non-reality, a dream. And now, sitting here on the plane, flying above Greenland, I can finally sit in the calm and silence of my journey and think about what I face ahead, on my new journey.
My dad phoned me when I was at the airport and he asked me if it felt different to when I embarked on a similar adventure 10 years ago. ...
... for his lady (they were delish!). At last the rain and wind dissipated and we were able to make a dash to the car for our journey home. We went out for dinner at Dildar! Read into that what you will!! It is not a spelling error!! Friday 20th FINALLY THE SUN CAME OUT!!! Our trip today was to Brighton beach - a two hour train journey from Luton to the south coast. Our journey to the coast took us through many stations - Purley, Coulsdon, Earlswood, Haywards ...
Shirley and I woke up to yet another beautiful day in London (who says it rains all the time, really!) and decided to go up to Hampstead, visit Fenton House and Garden, then go for a walk on the Heath.It was a great idea because the number of tourists in London right now is out of this world!
Getting around London and England is so easy because of their subway and ...
After supper last evening, the boys took part in a team building activity in preparation for a more challenging activity next week. Last night was in the form of a new game that they had to learn as a team then play in the gym. Apologies for the slightly dim photos!
Today was all about The Tudors, well mainly all about Henry VIII and his magnificent palace at Hampton Court. Built by Cardinal Wolsey as his 'out of town' residence, Wolsey was a man on the rise 'up the Tudor ...