Best Western White House Hotel
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Hello 5/6W! I have finally arrived in the UK after a long wait! England has been not only just like I remember it, but also a phenomenal experience that I didn't have when I came last time.
For a majority of our stay in England, we are going to be staying with our Aunty and uncle.Our aunty and uncle live near Watford, which is kind of like the equivalent of the size of Penrith ...
Annie May, Ken's 19 month old great grandaughter had a major cranial op on Monday 2nd. She was in surgery for 7 hours but was pushing a dolls pram round the ward the following day ! Daisy and Hayden have coped wonderfully and we are all very relieved that she is now on the road to recovery. She is now back home which is fab ...
went in to work for a 12pm start today. I got there early and was ready to go.
Had I actually been working.
I seemed to have misread the rotor, as I wasn't even on today.
A bummer in the sense that I got up this morning instead of sleeping in, but great as I was now in town and had the whole day to do whatever I felt like. ...
... the terrace. I chose wisely. The atmosphere was perfect. There was a grand piano near the entrance and the pianist played everything from Chopin to "As Time Goes By". It is classy but unpretentious and I knew at once that I could sit here all day and people watch. I also knew that afternoon tea would be filling, but I didn't know how filling! It started with a pot of their special Georgian blend tea and some tea sandwiches. Five mouthwatering types ...
... restaurants which is now open in London). We strolled around Picadilly Circus and made the first of many trips to the Cath Kidston store for some lovely handbags and accessories.
Our first full day in London was a lovely warm day and we headed straight to Buckingham Palace for the Changing of the Guard. Along with half the planet we pushed our way up to the fence for a good look and a few photos. Then it was off to Westminister Abbey to join ...