DoubleTree By Hilton London Ealing
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... world class. But they are no match for the amazing parks and outdoor spaces. For instance, Kew Gardens which is located at the end of the District Line is too big to be seen in one day.
Take an open dip in London’s lidos
On very sunny days, London’s lidos have become perfect alternate of resorts along the seaside. This tradition is going on from the 1920s and 1930s. The lido sites have outdoor swimming pools, cafes ...
... figuring out trains and directions.
Scene on one of seven trains I had shoved and hauled my
luggage unto, about halfway through the ordeal:
A homely, pleasant
woman asks “Where are you headed?” “Liverpool…” (Eyebrows raised all around the
car). “You must mean Liverpool Street” “Yeah, that.” “Well love, you are on the
wrong train. You are headed back to the ...
... raced back to the apartment planning on having some tea but ended up not having enough time or we would miss the Jack the Ripper walking tour. The young guy leading it was really entertaining and and full of lots of facts and figures. It was quite graffic in the description of the murders but utterly fascinating. Hmmm...don't know what theory I'd go with but I'm probably leaning towards him being a ship's doctor. We went to all the ...
... time! There was even this amazing guy emulating Michael Jackson whenever they played his songs! So incredible!
Since it was in Camden, we all went back to crash at our place which worked out conveniently as we all went out for a roast lunch the next day!
... with it, so you can imagine my surprise and disbelief when I received an email in late February saying I had been drawn out for 2 (!!) tickets to the Wednesday Men’s Quarterfinals!! Say what!
As much as I wanted to be over the moon, it’s Wimbledon and with no cover over Court 1 the rain could wash out the whole event. However, in the diary it went straight away along with an immediate Facebook post!
As the emails started rolling ...