Grand Mercure Docklands
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- Drycleaning onsite
- Meeting rooms/conference facilities
- Tennis Court
- Airport Transportation
- Babysitting service
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So, I feel like I should manage the expectations of the (many?) readers who may be looking forward to my blog after last year's 'un mois en France'. Last year, our trip was awesome and was full of amazing things to share every day ... This time we are off to the UK and while I am looking forward to the holiday ...
... week for B (and for G, who had to pick B up from the train station every night - thank you!).
B's Mum arrived that Friday evening, so the three of us spent a very relaxing weekend together. Kath also helped us pick out a couch from Ikea, so now we finally have a couch in our house, which we've been loving. We also found a nice italian restaurant in our area, where we had an enjoyable dinner on the Saturday night. G & B don't eat dinner out much, so ...
... In all seriousness though... I'll go back to the start from what I can remember so bare with me.... It'll be a long read. (Thank my mummy) xx So we managed to make our way to Sydney after 3 nights in Kuala Lumpur fair to say it wasn't my fave city and never really understood the culture and the people but never mind... It's got 2 funcy towers a cool market annnnnd that's about it in my opinion. Emma loved it of course.... Haha. Our hostel was average ...
... who were a bit strange but what are you going to do. On the second flight I had the cutest old Asian couple next to me. When we were making our decent, the mans ears started to hurt so I gave him a piece of gum to help. He was so grateful. It was a lovely moment! The changeover for the flights wasn't that bad either. Didn't really have time to do much but check in with Alexis and mum to tell them I landed and was preparing to ...
... varied and individual it offers a lot more aesthetically and culturally than Sydney which is one of the main reasons many Europeans live here - Vicky decided she preferred it to Sydney within hours of walking around! Within Fedsq we visited a museum whose free exhibition was around television and digital media which was really interesting - plus it had some awesome exhibits to try out! After a good period of time in here we headed up a back street full of street art ...