Bookham Grange Hotel
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... to reach London. By flight or by road or by sea. Being a global city London is well connected to other cities. Daily flights are available and the place is served by 5 international airports. The important airports are Heathrow, Gatwick and Stansted. London is the hub of British Rail Network. Therefore London is well-connected to other cities by rail. Cities like Paris, Brussels, Berlin and Amsterdam are well connected to it. There are bus or coach services ...
... t home
The Jewel Tower (where treasures were kept by Henry VIII before the original palace burned)
The Tower of London with a huge art display for the 100th anniversary of The Great War
Leadenhall Market (the basis for Diagon Alley from Harry Potter)
Oxford and Piccadilly Circus.
Now we may not actually be the walking dead, but we sure feel it.
... a lifetime ago. I remember the struggle to find our first home and what our life was like. Each week we would hike to the supermarket with our nana bag to get groceries, we would marvel over the different brands and through trial and error found our feet. I learnt the hard way that single cream couldn’t be whipped.
Our weekends were filled with crazy nights out with friends, lots of cheap drinks, dancing and long chats about anything and everything. I had ...
... br> We ate at a simple restaurant Camel and miki ate camel for supper. Actually just a burger but names The Camel.
Glad I get to write this down so I won't forget all we are doing.
Weather has been awesome. Only a two showers which didn't last long at all.
I really feel summer is ...
... or just weird designs. Very hip and happening. Then Box Park where old shipping containers have been made into little stores and cafes. Brick Lane was absolutely heaving as it always does apparently on a Sunday. We avoided the stereotyped Brick Lane curry (apparently there are far better curries to be had in other places in London, definitely not Brick Lane according to Nicola!). Instead we tried one of the world famous bagels, with hot salt beef and English mustard. Delish! We ...