Antoinette Hotel Wimbledon
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... weather and world affairs. It is not only in the bars but also
while travelling on the city trams that I got involved in many enchanting
conversations. One of the best times that I had was when I was drawn into a
chatting session with a group of teens who made me laugh like I had never
laughed before in my life. I also had an interesting conversation with a
curious elder who found my tablet to be a wonderful accompaniment, eliminating
the need to go ...
... were soon getting pushed and shoved from every direction as the crowd grew. Shelton is sure he saw Prince Andrew getting out of a car inside the Palace, he must have been going for a cup of tea with his Mummy.
After the changing of the guard we walked towards Covent Gardens, stopping for our last Pub lunch and getting tickets for the Charlie and the Chocolate Factory show. The show was great, the kids loved it, the young actors were amazing, ...
A quiet day - train from Whitchurch to Waterloo was a rapid hour, and then 25 mins on the Bakerloo line found us at Queens Park. The rented apartment is perfect - close to tube and newly renovated. It was very nice of Katherine & Steve to put us up but it's SO liberating to have ...
... whole thing totally bizarre (especially the 4 man circle pit) but they played with the usual amount of awesomeness and the "crowd" was good fun.
found it strange that the underground was a thousand times busier during the day on Thursday than Friday when I left. I saw the crush of rush time from afar and all I have to say is never in a million years would you get me on an escalator going into the bowels of the earth with that many people.
... from the above, we really are enjoying ourselves! We are staying in Blanchford St courtesy of a special school friend, Bozzie, who has given us her apartment. It is in a fantastic part of London, very near Oxford St, and right across the road from a restaurant regularly visited by celebrities. When we arrived on Thursday night the paparazzi were camped directly across the road and we could look out of the first floor apartment window to keep an ...