Master Robert Hotel
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... build out - build up! More on that later! We were greeted with some hors d'oeuvres and a cocktail. My kind of party! Later we decided to take a walk around our area. Vinnie stayed in the room... Vinnie: yeah yeah, walk schmalk! I got the remote and the ...
... Sure enough we got to a stop where "This bus is terminating here", got a voucher from a machine near the door and jumped off. Someone said to get on the bus that then pulled up behind it, which we did and confirmed it was heading to the correct location and sat down again. The bus lurched, stopped, stalled and all the lights turned off. The driver had some trouble starting the engine, Jess and I exchanged glances, but it fired up and we pulled out into the snarl of traffic. We ...
... the correct bus stop and a little wait for the bus to arrive. The bus takes longer than the underground but we are tired and have time before our room is ready so we are happy to sit and watch this part of the city go by... it's more of a residential, non-touristy area on this southwest side of London that we travel through.
Back at the hotel, our room is ready. We have over an hour to rest, shower and dress for the rest of the afternoon and evening. ...
... saw the Olympic pool where surprisingly you can go swimming in whenever you want! At four thirty, we had an appointment to make, so we made our way across to the city to Lady Dinah's Cat Cafe where, yeah you guessed it, you have a coffee or tea with dozens of cats all around you! It was a very.. interesting experience, to say the least! All of the cats were rescue cats, and so it was a pretty cool thing to know that their quality of life had been so greatly improved! ...
... in and said the scan was all clear, which was great news, but still didn't explain the pain. Now, thinking she may not be allowed home, Beaver had booked herself into a Premier Inn near Heathrow. Cheaper than the Sheraton she had been in the night before and much better. But how was she to get there? Speaking to the receptionist at the clinic she asked for a cab that took credit cards. There was a minimum charge of £25 and the journey would cost £20 so ...