Chessington Safari Hotel
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- Drycleaning onsite
- Hot tub
- Reduced mobility rooms
- Non-smoking hotel
- Kids pool
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Woke this morning to glorious sunshine and the prospect of visiting my dear dad in Kent.
Once everyone was up and ready we were off travelling the M25 watching all the school children on holiday with their families heading for sunnier climes all excited and jolly in their cars ...
... rack. Ouch!! We walked around the tower grounds for a bit, saw some creepy Ravens, and took some pics. Then we were off!! We hop back on the underground heading for the British museum. After a walk, we arrive at 4pm, just in time! So cool that the museum is free! It's a museum dedicated to human history and culture. It houses artifacts from all over the world and all ages. We saw artifacts from Ancient Egypt, Greece, China. We saw Aztec, Indian, and old ...
... of and Broadway shows I'd love to see. It was so good talking to people who don't just go 'ahh ok' when I tell them about a cast change or a song in a particular musical. Overall it was a great day, and although I will still use my money to see another show tomorrow night, I might just go without food to save a few £. Yep, food can go. And hey...I might get that required thigh gap I need to be on stage. Lisa ...
... everything except for the venue because I missed it the first time I walked by- it looked just like another shop xD
I was also invited to a party by some random guy- too bad I have a concert that night..
..later today I found out this hostel has a very interesting idea about what "hot shower" means. This was more like... warm-ish rain. But the hostel is really cool (see the pics) ;)
... the first full day of Britain's involvement in the First World War. It takes your breath away! 888,246 ceramic poppies will progressively fill the Tower's famous moat over the summer. They are being individually planted by volunteers until Armistice Day on November 11, when the last poppy will be placed. Each poppy represents a British military fatality during the war. While I was in the country meeting some new cousins on Tuesday, Shaida and Sheneez went to the Tower and ...