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Very helpful staff, breakfasts were great, busy location, room quite small, handy to public transport and fairly close to airport
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- Arrive at Heathrow 3.30pm GMT.
- Shuttle arranged to door of Dalmacia Hotel, Shepherds Bush Road, Fulham/Hammersmith. (4 nights)
- Recover from jet-lag.
- Met up with cousin, Helen Booth, who walked us around her favourite London haunts.
- 17/5 Visited the Tower of London to learn of the barbaric atrocities …
Hooray! I've finally written and published a blog entry on the correct day! Let's see how long this lasts.
So, after a rather early start to the day (and writing yesterday's entry) I headed out to the tube station around the corner and made my way to Victoria station. From there, I was able to catch a train southwards towards Streatham Common, the area I lived in the last time I was over here. It's only a short ride from Victoria, and there's ...
... up. A very eclectic bunch of shops and stuff for sale. First English meal was fish and chips in a pub/restaurant. We were so tired we took a cab home for a long sleep. Next day dawned sunny and a pleasant +5. After a neighbourhood walk to pick up Oyster Cards, the London Transport card that gets you any where by bus, underground or overground we headed out on the #7 bus, just 200 m. from our front ...
... above. After that Tracey and I did a guided tour with a most lovely (but dithery) elderly gentleman, who took about twice as long to say anything as you would think. Lunch in the crypt - I still feel strange eating where there are so many tombs but the meal was nice and the surrounds cry atmospheric. Next we headed across the wobbly bridge to the Globe Theatre - recreated as faithfully as possible in the 1990's by Sam Wanamaker. Our ...
... sorted all our washing and trundled it off in one of our cabin bags to the laundrette 250mtrs away in Formosa Street. Loaded the washer and went for breakfast next door in a cafe. Put the washing on the dryer and read the paper for 1/2hr. 12.30 all done! We went back to Jesie, via Tescos and checked out a restaurant that we wanted to take Mantha and Brendan to for dinner. Back at Jessie we found a 71' boat ...