The County Hotel
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... managed to get a verbal deal signed- awesome! Carom had amazing Indian food and reeeeally good drinks! There was a leftover bottle of wine that Erik & I enjoyed together, and had a good talk discussing work and our goals. So excited to see Erik's hard work paying off! I surprised Erik after that by taking him to Trader Vic's to have a piņa colada (think werewolves of London-- our song!) we had SO much fun there. Laughing the entire ...
So we're eventually on our way! For the last 3 weeks we’ve been moving between hotels in London while we finish off work and sort out our shipping. Now that is all done. I have all too smugly told anyone who would listen that I will next work in 2015. We will miss the people that we met and know in London but now is the right time for us to move on. Almost 4 years in London, where we visited Ireland, Scotland, Wales, California, Iceland ...
... 30 then Marie got her nails done and bus home about 7.30 Marie bought a bag and a couple of souvenirs for friends.
I bought a samosa and a roasted capsicum and stilton foccacia at Harrods. Ate the samosa sitting outside and then went of to check out the Diana fountain. Went the wrong way around Harrods and did 3 sides before I found Kensington Road. It is a long way to walk, maybe we will take a ...
... have any idea of b&b and as driving down the road saw sign and called in - Kingsway B&B - able to have us for 2 nights, twin beds. Lovely couple, Janice Edwards, Southern African and her partner from England. Went down to The Bull for tea as suggested by landlord - lovely - chatting to a couple from around here. Leisurely wander back to the b&b 9 ...
... Memorial Playground in Kensington Gardens. We had to wait in line to get in it was so busy. But the playground is fantastic. There is a huge pirate ship in the sand pit, a tunnel under a hill, an area with musical instruments, lots of slides and tee pees. And the Spring weather was perfect for playing.
It was the perfect ending for our first day in London. Hopefully Mum and Dad don't make us walk so much tomorrow!