Abbey Lodge Hotel
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- Continental Breakfast
- Wireless internet connection in public areas
- Non-smoking hotel
- High-speed internet in room
- Non-smoking rooms
- Breakfast Available
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... we were pleasantly surprised. Krista the owner, had organised balloons and a sign for Rielly's 12th birthday. What a shame Rielly couldn't keep his eyes open to enjoy his surprise. After lifting him out of the car (growing a millimetre a year is helpful at these times) he swaggered in, opened one eye and then proceeded to find the closest couch and pass out.
After a good night sleep ...
... up the makeup would not have moved! I guess it was quite difficult to get off when you wanted to! Also mascara use to come in tins with a little brush but the mascara needed to be wet so they use to spit in it!! And this is where it started that you should not share your mascara with anyone..
I enjoyed this! Afterwards I did the tour of the house. I liked it!! A lot different from the other places I've been to see that are so grand and overly decorated. This was grand and fancy but ...
... of which has glass panels looking down to the road & Thames River). You can also go to the engine rooms if you want to, but it is back all the way over the other side of the bridge. We just did the main part of it and I got a good photo of Mal lying on the glass with the road under him.
From there, we continued over the Tower Bridge to London Tower, but stopped off and had some lunch before moving on, as it was already well past ...
... up three books. Then Alex found a book. Then Teresa bought two books. It was like Pollyanna sparked the economic turn-around of Summer 2015! One book is called "Scout, Atticus and Boo, A Celebration of To Kill AMockingbird". I'm very excited to read others perspectives and affect the book had on them. At the British Museum we saw first the Dumb-Dumb Gum-Gum Easter Island stone guy. Then headed into the North ...
... the no 38 bus was nearby and it took us directly to our door at The Rubens hotel (well with 2 truncated efforts as the queue of 38 buses kept being terminated along the way). It felt like being on the 59 tram approaching Matthews Ave - will you get to continue to your stop or be dumped to wait for the following tram!! Back at the hotel, siesta time allows for the writing of travel blogs and a little rest. Tonight we will ...