DoubleTree By Hilton London Ealing
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... absolutely freezing! In the car on the way home from the tram station it was 0.5 degrees! When we got home Elliot and Abi's Dad discovered my selfie stick and were taking pictures. But It was so crazy to think that I was in London! Looking at the sights that I have always wanted to see and have seen hundreds of photos of! I was really happy with some of the photos I was able to take, so many awesome selfie stick pictures, I've attached them to today's ...
... weather or in untrustworthy condition. The hotels here are booked in advanced, so it enhanced if you get your stay booked in advanced. These luxury hotels provide you with the best services. The service starts from the point you land in London which provides you a pick up and drop facilities from the airport, so that you do not need to go on searching for the hotel you booked
The London Premier Kensington hotel. The hotel has a 24 hours cafeteria, a restaurant where ...
... across the hall for a double room with a cheaper price. I also got to go on a long errand across town while at work to drop off some flyers. It was neat to go out for a little and see a different part of London. Playing cards with my roommates was interesting as well because Damien doesn't speak English well yet so he would explain the game to Katrin in French and she would translate to me in English. That's the life of having international friends! ...
... wanted a lot of quid for it....and my gut was telling me not to. It was telling me to head up the hill to a memorial. So I did. Gals I lstened. It was Merchant Marine day .... history lesson warning.... All the ships you pretty much seen blow up in old news reel videos of the wars....well that was these guys. They were put in ****** boats to ship goods to England....and Russia....and around the world and were cannon fodder for Hitlers subs. ...
... the 48). Aster is one of those staying on and to be honest I'm grateful for a bit of space and excited to explore London! We stopped in Brugge, Belgium for lunch which for us just consisted of waffles topped with strawberries and a mountain of whipped cream!! Man they were delicious. Then we were waiting around for everybody to meet up and walk back to the bus when it started POURING down with rain. It was a 10 minute ...