Boston Manor Hotel
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... which is typical, seeing as we are leaving! It's like London wanted to have one last dig before we left!
But for now, we are on the Eurostar heading to Paris - my favourite place in the whole world. We hope everyone has had a restful and happy Easter long weekend. Dad, I hear congrats are in order for your golfing achievements!! It must be all that practice you've had playing in the rain!
Love Lisa and Dylan ...
... see what sort of things we can find out in the future.
After the exhibition, we had a bit of a wander around the museum itself, before heading out to Pizza Express for lunch. To our surprise, the one we'd picked was actually the second Pizza Express ever opened, and was located in an old dairy shop, retaining a lot of the architecture and tiling of the previous tenants. After stuffing ourselves silly and spending quite a while chatting we headed out ...
... back home and I cooked myself some real nice food. Some of my international friends came back around New Years, so I spent New Years Eve watching movies and drinking with them.
On Saturday 3rd I got up really early and caught the train down to London. I met my boyfriend Elliot there and we spent the weekend staying at his grandfathers house in Chiswick. It was so good to see ...
... Honest Jon's is also located on Portobello Road. Both the stores boast of an incredible collection of music ranging from independent music to jazz, Reggae and Soul.
... set off the chirpy mood of the city with which it decks up for offering every traveler with fun-filled moments. In summers, the parks would be the most apt choice for those who prefer spending some of their times peacefully amidst nature. London summers are not at all terrible. The definition of summer is pretty different from what it is in your native land. There is no sweating or wiping up the heavy sweat which the scorching sun brings ...