Collingham Serviced Apartments
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Wonderful apartments. Spacious and clean. Staff was polite and helpful.
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... we were behind schedule by almost 30 minutes. So we arrived on time as per our original schedule. Mum announced to us all: “Lucky we caught the earlier train!”
I was enjoying my daily nap on the train when we arrived at Leeds. The blast of cold air as Mum carried me onto the platform promptly awoke me! Poor Dad, he was still in his shorts lulled by our warm start in Paris! Dad was a little cool and ...
The three shop was back on Oxford St, so a wee walk. I paid 15 pounds for unlimited data for the month. It is good because if I put my phone on roaming, I can still have that data in NZ when I get home - which I might need until I can find my NZ SIM card. I paid cash, and didn't give my name or credit card, so am pretty happy that they can't charge me any more money, and it is working well so far.
Then I ...
Overcast with a high of 3 and a wind chill of -2
We woke up early in the AM to discover the heating unit/hot water unit went to **** some time during the night, so we had a freezing house and no hot water… Great. The owner warned me that if there was a sudden drop in temperature, the water heater would require tinkering with to boost the pressure in the supply and restore heat…. However he ...
This morning we all woke up a little chirpier after a good nights sleep. Tess and Andie woke at 2am and had an IPad and journal writing party in the kitchen. Thankfully they fell back to sleep for another couple of hours.
Andie and I walked around the corner to the Tesco and bought breakfast supplies.We ate a big breakfast and then walked the couple of blocks to Baron Court station and rode the tube into Picadilly Circus.
When we reached ...
... unbelievable distance it travelled was one of the reasons for its heavy price-tag; tea was a wholly middle class tolerance. Whilst it enjoyed a brief period of stylish favour in France and Germany, it was quickly taken by coffee as the favourite Parisians drink, whilst it was regarded in Germany as a curative drink, rather than one to be enjoyed. It was Portuguese Catherine of Braganza, who was largely accountable for making tea a stylish drink amongst the ...