Days Inn South Mimms M25
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Travel Blogs from South Mimms
... She keeps putting herself in the limelight (gasp) by publishing articles in magazines (can you imagine???). Hilarious.
The big event of the day (and I mean EVENT!) was a trip to Maze, one of Gordon Ramsay's restaurants in England. This one has one of his 23 Michelin stars, and Kenny planned a visit there many weeks ago as my birthday present. (Kenny is quite a chef and knows and appreciates good food more ...
... Dominique, Fred and Marraine were nowhere to be found. So I went into a phone booth (the typical red british phone booth) that looks so pretty outside. However, inside, it was stinky and there were trash on the floor! It was so disgusting I had to stick my foot in the door to keep it open while I made my phone call! Thank goodness, I was able to reach Fred. Soon after, Marraine and Domi came and then we had to wait for Fred. This took forever so we decided to have tea at a ...
... I really didn't expect something like this in a London suburb. There are so many wild deer in the park, I spent a lot of time photographing them. When Charlie got home we drove out to Luke's place in Dunsfold, a very little village in Surrey. It was cool to see Luke again and to meet Gemma. The kids were in bed so we just plated cards and caught up on each others lives. It was a very early start on Saturday morning as Halle and Finn were up at about 5.30am. It ...
... We were able to take a peek down a hallway to the cloisters, as well.
On the other side of the abbey was an old building with a small, empty moat. This was originally built into the corner of a wall, & the king's valuables were kept inside.
We walked back to the tube & headed toward Buckingham Palace. Out of the subway, we stopped at Westminster Cathedral, a Catholic Church. While facing the Cathedral there are two towers on the left, but none on the right. Inside ...
... time. On the walk to the centre, with snow falling on our large black coats, we must have looked like tourists as we couldn't stop laughing. Everyone else was in a hurry, we just wanted to watch the snow fall on each other. After our shopping trip, we were ready for some tv and bed. A huge flight and so much excitement. It didn't take long for us to fall asleep that night. Jet lag has kicked in. Night London. Jess ...
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- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Free parking
- Pets allowed