The Bermondsey Square Hotel
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... a routine. I am taking my hair straighteners with me but not a hair dryer! So you may see the naturally curly/fizzy hair make an appearance.
We are both just taking big backpacks and day rucksacks. Rob has done this before but for me this is going to be very strange without a suitcase! I’m always the one with the biggest and heaviest suitcase out of my family and friends when we go away for ...
... 23degC day with John taking time to show me around the new £5million stand and ground improvements. Gloucestershire made this sort of money by selling land to a developer who built and sold 147 apartments costing £15 million total around the south side of the ground.The day ended with Gloucestershire 391 all out and Glamorgan 209/2 with Jacques Rudolph 108not out. I drove John home and we enjoyed a nice BBQ with good company.
23 June. Today is ...
... our raincoats and headed off towards St Pauls for a feed. We poked our head into a pub on the way as the menu looked pretty tasty, unfortunately the time we were out was the same time everyone was stopping in for after work drinks... So no tables! We ended up in an italian we loved the last time we were in this area, and once again loved it. We woke the next morning to a very wet london! We didn't mind too much though, as we had ...
... to happen!
We didn't actually end up buying anything at the market and the weather was so poor that we only fit in the market before having to go back to the hotel and dry off.
The aim whilst in London was to do two things a day in order to fit everything in, however, today we went to the Museum of London, which I hadn't been to on any of my previous trips, and ended up spending so many hours there that it was about all we ...
... I found the cab that I booked and made my way to my new house. I am living in Eastcote, Middlesex and I am just minutes from the tube line, pubs, markets, and several parks. Everything in the house is so cute and little; as odd as it may sound, I dislike large houses and the coziness of this one is absolutely perfect.
After I got unpacked and settled in, I went exploring a bit -- I bought a latte at Costa with soya milk (yes, ...