The Clarendon Hotel - Blackheath Village
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... keep us happy.
We sit and talk, eat, laugh and generally while the day away enjoying each other's company. Mark's parents and Sister visit during the day so, at times, there is a substantial crowd in the kitchen. After dinner and a clean up we take a walk around the local park to give our tummies time to settle and digest. Its cold outside with the walk clearing our heads of the many glasses of champagne.
Back to the house and its time for the adult secret Santa presents to ...
... looking at the city lights on the London Eye, Big Ben and other beautiful buildings and made our way towards Trafalgar Square where we found a nice restaurant for our final dinner in England. We then had to return to our hotel and pack our bags for the last time.
I'm sad it's nearly over but I am happy that we've had such a good time, considering how I felt before we left home. We are very lucky to be able to do these things and I appreciate every bit of ...
... trip to date.
We also viewed the Princess Diana Memorial Fountain that was actually situated in Hyde Park, across the road. To us, this water fountain is a somewhat underwhelming memorial to a person who had such an impact on the royals during her marriage to Prince Charles. Maybe we expected too much.
Although we did a lot of walking, we probably only covered a minor percentage of the overall grounds, so large are they. We came across various other ...
... tea & coffee, candies and dried fruit. They have a cheese counter, a deli counter, ready made meat pies for dinner. The prices are not outrageous but still a little high. The decor of this store is over the top as well. I got a few pictures of the first floor, check them out on the blog. I find my purchases, stop for some pictures outside and head back to the flat for some dinner.
Day 5 starts with a little overcast, but no rain. We have our breakfast ...
... for somewhere to get some grub and ended up at "Tortilla." Basically, it is Chipotle with a different name.
On the way back to our apartment we stopped by Tesco supermarket and picked up a few breakfast items. Wouldn't you know the kids picked Lucky Charms cereal! I guess Ireland is still on the mind :)
We got back to the apartment and realized it wasn't stocked with any toilet paper! What kind of rental until doesn't even start you out with a ...