Croydon Park Hotel
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- Swimming pool
- Non-smoking hotel
- Indoor pool
- Breakfast Available
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... since 2000,.new to me so I was keen to do trip and the scenery along route. At some stages the tram reached speeds of 80 mph! I asked the driver, being rather curious, and he was delighted to talk to an Aussie, as in 2000 he had done a Walkabout there for 6 months - bus and foot to Perth, Alice Springs, Cairns, etc. etc!
We arrived at Centre Court - okay I had better own up, Centre ...
... a park!
Pete stayed home as he is still recovering from a nuisance cold.
Intrigued with the old LandRover near Carmen's place. Imagine, it had been on the London to Brighton rally 13 times. That is about as far as Armidale to Tamworth, surely not worth bragging ...
... chandelier that is supposed to fall into the crowd as it didn't work! So they put it in again later! It was amazing though and the guy that played the phantom was incredible. We then walked back up 42nd street and then up 5th av and then up 52nd to our hotel, after the customary Times Square pictures of course! Tomorrow were set for Brooklyn bridge, the high line and possibly another Broadway show! We are also moving hotel and heading to the Marriot in Times Square ...
Another early morning start packing up our stuff ready to move to Croydon. We're meant to be starting work today with London Ambulance Service (LAS), but due to pending strikes we've scored the week off! We've booked a 1 bedroom apartment for three weeks in Croydon, which is where we will be training. I got to speak to Mum on Skype, which was awesome even if she couldn't get her camera to work!
Back to lugging suitcases down a million flights of stairs ...
... We had dinner at a bourbon, beer and meat restaurant. We had to sit at the bar for an hour before we could get in. They only have 30 seats downstairs aka underground and it’s rather small. It was very popular and the food very nice. However, London’s obsession with burgers even caught out this place. My cider came out in a giant bottle and tasted a bit like apple juice.
Today I was ...