DoubleTree By Hilton London Ealing
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Had a bit of a sleep in today after many a late night, Ian & Bob had gentlemen's breakfast pork pies,ham, mustard & Brampton pickle. We walked the dogs in the woods, Diane needed to go shopping to get some cruise clothes, the boys got fed up and went to the pub. We had a lovely night at the Cholmely Arms pub for dinner, food was lovely, we all overrate. Chris & Jilly Simpson(one of Bob's school mates)came with ...
... available for sales on the day for Centre Court and the other main courts so keen / mad fans will queue overnight for tickets. We did not - we were just going to take what we could. At 2pm on Friday afternoon there was no queue and we got ground tickets - the only option. When we arrived Djokovic was playing on Centre Court so we headed to the famous Henman Hill - where you can sit on the grass and watch the match on the big screen and be part ...
... over 18,000 participants which made it the biggest Color Run yet! The atmosphere was so happy, enthusiastic, and obviously vibrant so it made for an absolutely perfect Sunday. On top of that, the weather was fantastic and I even got a little sunburnt...win! :) For this week, I am going to try and squeeze in as much sight-seeing as I can. I need to get back into tourist mode since I only have a couple weeks left in London before I head off to Germany and Greece. I will ...
... to understand and you can just be wowed. For instance like the big bend and London eye. But back to the museum, I especially liked its collection of Claude’s works. Eun Young also had a few stories to tell us about some paintings she remembered from Art history. Seeing Velazquez was kinda like seeing an old friend. He did a lot more than just court paintings.
The area around Big Ben was utterly crazy. This was like the ...
... t he just look so regal?
After the exhibit we went out for a roast meal at our usual place in Waterloo and a sneaky Sunday afternoon cider. Claire and I then picked up six krispy kreme donuts (disgusting habits right?)
We then watched Dirty Dancing and Ghost... ah flashback from our youth!
And then damn it it is Sunday night and Monday is too close for comfort.