Days Inn Hotel London South Mimms (Potters Bar)
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Up and treated to a LJ omelette! Worth getting up for! Then boys off for a look around the nursery while Leigh, kids and I get packed and car loaded up for a 10 hour trip to Scotland. Also on board was the very well loved "Rocco Theodorus" the family dog. We left home at 12pm. Straight to fuel stop and snacks for trip and we hit the M1 North. We were heading up to the Scottish Highlands to Dulnain Bridge at ...
... to the subway and went up to the meat packers district. We had a wander around and then followed the high line from one end to the other, it was very pretty, very windy, very cold, but pretty. We then got the subway back to the hotel, collected our luggage and headed for our new hotel (via an uber, which is now my favourite mode of transport, as I requested a car and it was there in literally 10 ...
... the corner and you could start to see the Poppies....holy ****........its amazing how many there are. You have to always think and put it into perspective...1 poppy = 1 young life. It really takes your breath away to see. This really beats looking at a number in a book or a movie an puts a serious omg perspective on it. Pictures say more than I can....so I took a bunch and attached a bunch.
I was going to go into the tower...but lines ...... ...
... Another friend was also having hypnotherapy to deal with motivational issues and it had been working for him. All of this had been happening in the earlier months of the year. In July a work colleague underwent hypnotherapy for smoking. That mention was enough to spark something within me, I immediately started researching it online. After a short search and a couple of calls I found Georgina, who happened to work out of the same clinic as ...
... as we were entitled to a free Thames River Cruise.
This was put on hold, as we had arranged to view the London Dungeon.This is down as a must see tourist attraction; I had seen it 7 years ago and thought John and Kate would like it.
Unfortunately there are large crowds around, which lessened the enthusiam, however this attraction recreates various gory and macabre historical events in a gallows humour style aimed at younger audiences. ...