Antoinette Hotel Kingston upon Thames
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- Free High-Speed Internet
- Room service
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Free parking
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I finally had some good news about the whereabouts of my BMW and although the ship it's on is 4 days late at least it has docked. And hopefully my bike is actually on it. I am now impatiently waiting for it to be unloaded and cleared through customs so I can collect it. Its getting a bit tight for time now as I am booked on a ferry to Bilbao Spain for a 2 week bike/camping trip with a mate. If it is ...
... liquid items there are no restrictions so I have my own Pharmacy of tablets just in case. Probably around 3 KG for toiletries/medicines.
That just leaves technology which is a lifelong passion of mine and I am also visualising long journeys with nothing to do except read books, watch films, read magazines, listen to music, play video games and occasionally look at the scenery outside. In my normal life I never have enough time for ...
There is a misconception among the tourists that London is the only city worth visiting in England. However, other cities in England also offer nature's beauty in bounty. If London is to be visited for the monuments, museums, shopping and dining destination, the country side cities of England such as Brixton, Liverpool, Oxford and Cambridge must be visited for natural scenic beauty and local breweries. Staying in the countryside with ...
... Park, just about packed as we have an early start tomorrow, fingers crossed the cab shows up on time. Out for dinner at The Grumpy Mole at cheam. Still pouring down with rain so nice to spend a convivial evening with June and Laurence. Early night in preparation for our 7.15 am. ...
... beef Wellington and pear cider at a medieval village Lacock. On to Bath, it is such a picturesque city. So quaint with its white walls. By the time we returned to the London depot, we were too exhausted to take any train, let alone that we were/ are unclear on how to get from the 'blue line' to the 'green' So we hailed a cab to have our maiden voyage in a black London cab. We pretty much barely had any dinner we were that ...