Chalk Lane Hotel
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... night. *sigh* Well at least I have the $40 that Cathy & Jon gave me for my birthday, The $2 that Lucy brought back from New York and the $1 that Cathy found in my desk drawer(!). I'm minted. Been to Savers twice - I'm not sure I need anything - but I'd better pop in - in case I see something I need. Came out with a carrier each time. I think I've become Rose. Cathy came up with the suggestion that I should take a change of top and ...
... We spent a good fours hours at the park and we all had a nice time, even if the weather did turn cold and overcast, but fortunately no rain.
Our next stop was the Epsom Downs Racecourse. This is the home to the world famous Epsom Races held in June each year. The track is absolutely huge with a large open park in the centre that is a very popular place for families to visit ...
enthusiastic butler for you who will approach and check on your necessities frequently.
The squad moreover helps you with things such as packing, unpacking, doing
shopping as well as being connected with the other section at the inns. The
hotel also offers something for all. They also have special arrangements for
... but the conversion rate from the Australian dollar really put a dampener on any shopping. My favourite stop was Hamley's, the world biggest toy store where I picked up some great Xmas gifts for some lucky little kids. Lots of different toys to the ones we have in Australia. A 6 storey building full of toys. People demonstrating the toys all around the store. I could have spent hours there and can only imagine how much you ...
... location of the Duke/Duchess' wedding ceremony and learned that this is the official location for all coronations. I then went around the corner for a bite to eat. Found a nice pub that had Fish and Chips, and the pint of Honey Ale was also refreshing. Another difference from America is the closeness with the other customers while you eat - interesting for me to hear others conversations, no dirty looks yet... Other items that I seem to be ...