The Clarendon Hotel - Blackheath Village
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- Continental Breakfast
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- Free High-Speed Internet
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... the tickets that day and when I told Raluca all we could do is laugh at my stupidity. It is pretty idiotic, how can I mix up a theatre show? I am all over that stuff; apparently not.
We decided to go down early to see the installation in Convent Garden as my friend, Nico had posted about the bubble cloud(for want of a better word) on my Facebook wall. It had been the third time I had seen it posted somewhere and his reminder was timely. It came just in time for me not ...
... us a bit of stress in Paris. Plus add in the fact that I felt like we were constantly looking over our shoulders looking for pick pockets etc, we just couldn't relax. I can honestly say that although I enjoyed visiting the museums and monuments that Paris has to offer, both Mal and I have agreed we wouldn't go back.
Two minutes into being in Kensington though, we were out the door looking for an English pub. I had a hankering for a ...
We filled in our time here really well and had a great time. Yesterday, the boys went to Oxford for the day while Jane and I went into Westminster. We had coffee on the way at Tesco! Arrived at Westminster and walked to the Churchill War Rooms. Very interesting and a fascinating museum. It was a beautiful day outside, so we walked ...
Woke up and ventured down stairs for breakfast in the basement kitchen. They only serve a traditional English breakfast nothing else so as it was all prepaid we were forced to eat baked beans, sausages and an egg and jam and cheese. Plus a cup of tea. Spent the day sightseeing. We went to Buckingham Palace, the National Art Gallery, the M&M shop, Trafalgar Square, Piccadilly and Regent Street. It felt like we spent the whole day moving around a giant monopoly board. Buckingham ...
... you live?”
“That’s only about fifteen minutes walk home.”
“What I get raped? Mmm..?”
“I SAID… WHAT IF I GET RAPED?”
“Umm.. I don’t.. er.. I think.. you’ll be okay?”
“Mm.. let me ask you this question. If I was your daughter or granddaughter, would you let me walk home that way? If you would let your daughter walk ...