Antoinette Hotel Kingston upon Thames
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- Room service
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Free parking
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Our last day in the UK and what a miserable day, heavy rain all night and until late morning. June has taken a days leave to spend the day with me, had planned on trip to Kingston but settled for a quick walk to the local shops. David was not deterred by the weather and went for a walk ...
... it's rained, my bed, my car and the fact that if I needed something I knew where to get it. I guess that's all part of the experience even if it is tough some days and I think today is one of those days for me.
I am looking forward to seeing one of my good friends this weekend who has just moved over to the UK with her man. It will feel so nice to see a familiar face and I can't wait just to have a good old chat and a laugh. Until next time!
... up through St. James Park past the Cavalry soldiers on guard to just get a few pix with the Trafalgar Lions. For some reason they weren’t letting anyone climb on the lions that day. We found out later…you will find out if you keep reading! Since we came all this way, we decided to take a peek at the National Gallery. We all got the head sets (all but Trin). Keegan and Lucy seemed to really get into them and run to every one of the ...
... in St Neots, just North of London. My sweet friend Emma surprised me and set up a high tea in the kitchen, complete with sandwiches, scones, pastries, homemade lemon cake, assortment of jams, clotted cream, champagne and traditional English tea. She beautifully presented everything on a 3-tiered dish, fanned the napkins and brought along her mum's best bone china cups and teapot- this was the most thoughtful and truly lovely gesture possible. I know that ...
Started the day off with an early walk past Westminster Abbey, Big Ben, along Southbank past the London Eye and back via Victoria Embankment. Not many places you can walk for an hour and a half and see so much history and landmarks in a short space of time.
Met Jacqueline at the apartment and jumped on the Underground to London Bridge where we strolled around the Borough Markets for a couple of hours. We walked back from the markets to the apartment ...