Chase Lodge Hotel
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... smell like armpits? No. The weather? No. But are we going to miss the pubs on every corner, the ability to go to a gig whenever we want, the theaters, the free museums, the view of Snt Paul's on a summers evening.......you see where I'm going with this. But indecision be damed. I want my large steaks, sunshine, beaches and for gods sake a garden large enough to swing a cat in. Ons vir jou Suid ...
... into our Contiki tour, we went to a little cafe down the street to grab lunch and a coffee to perk us up. We then ventured out to Oxford and Regent Street to check out the shops. While wandering around, we happened to stumble upon St. James Park and Buckingham Palace, as well as the Ritz hotel in Piccadilly. We walked around the side streets behind Regent, ...
... to Zurich) and picked up my handbag, completely intact! In the meantime we had rung insurance who put us through to our travel agent (middle of the night in NZ) who reserved a seat on the 5pm flight to Heathrow. Another slight hiccup was the return train having a technical issue and being 20 minutes late back into Zurich airport, just to add stress. When eventually back in Zurich the price of BA flight was going to be astronomical so were sent to Easy Jet where ...
... a photo of a mummified bull that looks like a pinata I made for my Year 10 Mexican themed birthday party.
Afterwards, we went to one of London's most impressive departments stores Liberty. I fell in love with their scarf section - cashmere, silk...I was in heaven.
... inside and it just blow your mind! 5, insanely big, stories of very expensive clothes, toys, homeware etc etc! One scarf Mel liked was £799!! Safe to say, we didn't buy it! Lol. The only thing we bought was pastries for lunch from the bakery - which were delicious, and the only things we could afford! Haha. We then walked back up to Hyde Park to have a look at the Winter Wonderland, which is a ...