Crowne Plaza Hotel Marlow
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- Continental Breakfast
- Continental Breakfast
- Swimming pool
- Room service
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... it was all very grand. I think I am about done with royal paintings of dour looking aristocracy and guilt furniture. I did think St Georges with the burial sites of past kings and queens very interesting. We took Deb out to dinner in a restaurant in Marlow for our last night and have really enjoyed this time ...
... and families making the most of the sun. The markets were large but most of the stuff was pretty ordinary. There was an abundance of burka and scarves, children's Sunday suits and cheap jandals. The mall was a stock standard one. The crowds were horrendous. Imagine bayfair at Christmas time, and multiply that by about five. People swarmed. Everywhere. There was no where to sit no where to walk no where to eat. Everything was ...
... been frantically catching up on Facebook time with his friends back home.
The next day I wasn't feeling so well (exhaustion and a late night I think), so it was a quiet day and dinner with the parents, who had also found their way back to London prior to the departure for the family element from Heathrow on Friday.
Friday rises and The Boy & I repack the massed souvenirs for Mum, Day & The Boy to distribute and take home for me.. Who would ...
... get it out. The water is so rough here and with the air so dry it really dried out your skin and hair so I was SO much happier having my shampoo finally! You can’t get it here, even though it is all over Oz and the US. But at least I had it and had another one coming when my friend Jess arrived in March for a week.
I booked tickets for Shania Twain in Vegas for May! So mum and I will have a lot of fun seeing her in concert! We started ...
... simply because it is such an important and busy city. One of the greatest misconceptions I had coming into London was that everything would be within walking distance. This was entirely false. Here is an example: Minneapolis and St. Paul, the two largest cities in Minnesota, are each almost 60 sq. miles around. This is the kind of "big city" I am used to back home. I then came to London which is an incredible 607 sq. miles around. That's a little bit of a ...