Easyhotel London Heathrow
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Up early this morning for breakfast in South Kensington at our favourite cafe from the last time Craig and Ros were here.It was great to share our previous "local", Muriel's Kitchen with Finn and Allie, we love it there.
I breathe in the atmosphere of South Kensington, with its beautifully leafy residential streets, and pockets of interesting shops.This is one of London's most polished areas, and I love it's ...
... which is a really good Kmart-like shop. We then caught the bus back to Westbourne Park and got a drink at another little pub. I had 'real' ale which is a British exclusive type of beer and tastes really weird and warm, and then a Guinness which I usually hate but was surprisingly refreshing after the real ale. While we were at the pub a young guy came up to us and asked for a lighter and then asked if we wanted to buy weed and ...
... She boarded the last plane mentally and physically exhausted and slipped into a slumber. Waking just 45 mins before landing in Sydney, Beaver heaved a huge sigh of relief and smiled for the first time in nearly a week. It was going to be good to get home. Arriving home to her mum and dad and big hugs was the best feeling ever for Beaver as she was looked after until Slug came home. Slug was happy to see his Beaver back in one ...
... bottom of the stairs just around the corner, the crowd grows into a large lump of humanity that is shuffling towards the entrance gates and now we are stuck as there are too many people behind us to turn around and make an escape.
Amazingly enough, when we finally go through the turnstiles, it opens up and there is still a crowd but not so bad as some people peel off to go on the Bakerloo line and we go towards the Northern line. We walk ...
... all the new modern buildings (the cheese grater, the walkie talkie) and St Paul's to the east. All with the Thames snaking it,s way through. A stroll through the bankside Christmas markets. I sampled the hot roasted chestnuts, and the kids tried the churros dipped in melted chocolate, which apparently were not as good as they smelled. We had a quick glimpse at the Tate modern. Not long enough. Modern art is something I need to sink into. More Markets. Jack ...