Clifton Lodge Hotel
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... of shoes
My bag weighs 4 stone. 25 kilos. It's probably a bit much.
... buried, along with Mary I, and so many others, and the crowds didn't ruin that for me. I then continued my walk down memory lane, and crossed the river to southbank, past the London Eye and the back over the next bridge and up to Covent Garden. I ended the day by catching the tube back to Bayswater (and experiencing the horrors of peak hour on the tube) and had dinner at a small Thai restaurant that I used to go to all the time when I lived around there. I was really surprised to ...
... lift instead of an elevator, extinguishing a cigarette rather than putting it out, getting something as takeaway rather than to-go, fortnightly instead of every two weeks, etc etc etc! These differences are obviously easy to figure out but I admit that I am pretty nervous for when I go to Spain, Italy, Greece, and Germany...the language barriers absolutely terrify me so I am hoping that English is as prevalent as people have assured me that it is! Anyway, my ...
On this day we will be leaving from Gatwick airport, on our 11-12 hour flight and landing in Ho Chi Minh (Saigon) city in Vietnam.
Meals included yey!
At 6.50 we land in Ho Chi Minh so we have a full day to chill out and get our bearings mainly because I'm flying with one big aviophobic, and they my need to de-stress from all the pictures I'll be taking to document their ...
... slums. But the area there is revitalized and actually Spitalfields Market is a thriving outdoor market and many permanent restaurants, clubs and stores. We had to walk about 10 minutes to get to the Liverpool Tube Station and then figure out how to get back to our hotel. It was a very, very interesting night.
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