The Clarendon Hotel - Blackheath Village
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The 5 am alarm call came too early but a cooked breakfast and 2 coffees brought us to attention. We left promptly at 7am after our safety briefing and it will surprise no one that Bryan and I were the very last to get going ! Once we cleared the early morning traffic of South East London it was 26 miles to the first quick water stop. We arrived …
Arrived at the hotel at 9 after a frantic afternoon / evening and joyful journey around the M25. I read somewhere that the hardest part of most challenges is actually getting to the start ! Fortunately I have an Emma to make sure of these things. Without my darling wife I most certainly would have missed the start !
... rough edged as the building isn't young, but they were clean enough
and the beds were comfy. The two dogs (Jack Russels) and the young cat "Jet-Lee" and stories of their antics kept the guests at brekky quite amused. Janet has a long block with extensive gardens and she harvests “brambles” (blackberries to we Aussies) and makes Bramble jelly
that she makes available (like jam) for brekky toast etc. Her neighbor has apple trees and they share ...
... Street which is the main shopping district. We ate at an English Pub round the corner from #8-Bond Street right next to #9-Mayfair. After dinner we walked to Hyde Park and did a lap of the park taking in the Princess Di Memorial in fading light before catching a tube back to Hangers Lane. We are totally and utterly exhausted!Obviously the numbers above refer to the Monopoly Board. We also saw #10-Whitechapel Road and #11-Whitehall. And tomorrow is looking just as ...
... movie with a few others .. i think it was mission impossible or some kind of action movie, it wasn't until my stomach began to rumble that i realised i still hadn't eaten today.
I pulled out my mac and cheese from the fridge but just by looking at it i knew i would never be able to stomach that so i took the whole bottle of my newly purchase orange juice out the fridge and sat back down.
At about 7.30 a couple from Toronto, Canada sat next to me and ...
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- Free High-Speed Internet
- Room service
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Free parking
- Pets allowed