Easyhotel London Heathrow
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... quite different, but each with its own highlights. We leave Portugal with great memories of cobbled streets, quaint old town areas, blue skies, dinners out, lovely beaches, dramatic coastlines, castles, palaces, football games, lots of card games, and spending time with Sam, John, Coco, Freda, Susan and Karen. All in all, a very memorable and special 3 & ½ weeks.
We were also sad to be leaving the sun behind – the forecast ...
... in and said the scan was all clear, which was great news, but still didn't explain the pain. Now, thinking she may not be allowed home, Beaver had booked herself into a Premier Inn near Heathrow. Cheaper than the Sheraton she had been in the night before and much better. But how was she to get there? Speaking to the receptionist at the clinic she asked for a cab that took credit cards. There was a minimum charge of £25 and the journey would cost £20 so ...
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• Museums of London – The city houses several museums – Museum of London, Madame Tussauds Museum, Imperial War Museum, Tate Modern, Natural History Museum, National Gallery and British Museum.
... load of umbrellas and is standing at the entrance of the tube station selling them. We bought two. One lasted 30 seconds. The Jack the Ripper tour was wet and miserable, which helped to give us an appreciation of the tough times faced by lower class English 150 years ago. Our guide Adam gave us suitably macabre descriptions of each murder. Almost as spine chilling as the torture instruments of the tower. Friday 20th Camden lock markets. We still find ...
... we had to do all the touristy things. First and foremost, we had to find the Van Goghs, as Craig loves Van Gogh. The first gallery that we went to was supposed to have three: one was on loan, one was not being shown, and the other was part of an exhibition that we didn't want to pay to see. Hmph. We managed to see several others, though, so that made him quite happy. We went to Buckingham Palace, the Museum of London ...