BEST WESTERN PLUS Grim'S Dyke Hotel
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- Continental Breakfast
- Room service
- Free High-Speed Internet
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... and after collecting our luggage, boarded our pre-booked bus for the 50 minute ride to Liverpool Street Station. Once there, we caught the tube to Euston, where the Caledonian Sleeper leaves from.
We thought we had plenty of time, as it wasn't due to leave until 8.30pm, and we'd gotten to Euston a bit before 5pm. We printed off all of our pre-booked train tickets at the ticket machine, went for a short walk outside before ...
Freddy walked from our apartment to the Hanover gate of regents park where there is an amazing adventure playground. We (I) admired the beautiful buildings around the park, the lake & Freddy loved the ducks. We had coffee & babyccino at the boathouse cafe. Freddy said 'theli na pai pali sto regent's park' when we ...
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For dinner we went out and had real English fish & chips, and spent £2 (about $3.20) each on a bottle of still water! They do not serve water at the table automatically. Then it was on to Sainsbury's for some groceries, ...
... houses (for the wealthy) surrounded by beautiful garden estates and gorgeous walled fences. In places the road was totally enclosed by trees creating a wondrous tunnel of green foliage. Our drive continued back along the valley and on to Stockwood Park which was not a wild, but a cultivated walled garden of a stately home long since demolished but fortunately the walled garden stables and feature gardens were rescued. The gardens consisted of different "rooms" ...