Chelsea Guest House
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Had a lovely 5 days and 4 night in London. We stayed in Chelsea on the Monday we walked around Kings Road in Chelsea. We then met up with Anne from my old. V.S.O days for a walk and dinner. The home for a reset,
Fab day Tuesday squeezed heaps into the day
Tube to Tower Bridge, went to tower of London to see the crown Jewels then boat …
What a day! We went to Richmond Park and by we I mean Raluca, her family and I. Richmond Park is beautiful. It has wide open spaces with green grass then rugged terrain for the deer. It reminds me of a meeting place for Wind in the Willows actually. It's interesting that looking back on this scene my memory fades. Note to self: if you write your blogs months later you don't remember everything, however, you still remember the key things. One was ...
Caught the underground to St Johns Wood station. Beautiful affluent suburb. Walked to Abbey Road where famous Beatles studios and pedestrian crossing are. Amazing amount of tourists from all over the world there, taking photos walking across the crossing like the Beatles. Total disregard for local traffic. Short walk from there to Lords Cricket Ground. Lunch ...
Another beautiful sunny day. We were booked on a full day tour, but things went wrong from the start. We were meant to be picked up just around the corner from our flat, but because it was the opening of Parliament there were lots of road closures, and we were told to catch a cab to Victoria Coach Station to meet the tour. Apparently there is no advance advice of which roads will be closed, for security ...
... was ceasing to cascade. So the fireys showed up for nothing, but they were very lovely and reassuring. And we haven't heard yet that the landlords got a huge bill, but I've still got my fingers crossed (and I'll let you interpret whether or not I hope they get charged).
Several hours after the problem started a plumber arrived to fix it, which turned out to be as simple as a broken shower pump. It was fixed by the time I got home from uni, and luckily we didn't have ...