Euro Wembley Hotel London
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... Oh that's why it's called a li-lo because you lie low". Better late than never hey!
We had pulled over in a service station and Kris spotted a small ant and said, "Don't you think it's strange that that small ant will probably only explore that 5 metre square area in its life and we are going all this way"? I know I wrote in my last entry that I was expecting us to get a slightly different perspective but this is not what I had in ...
... other countries we'd visited were busy, but they were nothing like we'd seen today. Most of the HOHO buses were jammed with people.
We stayed on the HOHO bus for a while and saw some things twice - and then couldn't stand it anymore and got off. The streets in London were so narrow, so many traffic lights and so much traffic that it was taking ages to go around on the bus - and this was Sunday when only tourists were around. Don't know what ...
... the UK subway system but unfortunately some lines were closed due to weekend maintenance, so all my research was out the window and asking for local knowledge was the best move. The name - Grand Rochester - makes it sound grand and it is, an oldish style english hotel quite suitable for our needs. We couldn't book in yet, so we ventured out and decided to try and catch the changing of the guard ...
... the Luxe will set you back £130 – but what an experience! You’ll have
exclusive access to the Luxe lounge, front row seats at Catwalk shows and a VIP
tote bag and goodies. This really is the
way to see the show and you can top your day off by adding a two course lunch/
dinner at Michelin starred chef Tom Aikens’ brasserie restaurant. Top it off by
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Sayta Ranch - Ranching in Argentina was SO MUCH FUN. And realising that Ollie looks like a ragdoll on a horse was an added bonus.
Finishing the Inca Trail - for Ollie, it had been an amazing hike and meant that he'd realised a life-long dream. For Hannah, it meant that medical assistance was now nearby!
Harvest Moon - we drove through the Arizonan desert underneath a blue/harvest moon. We were the only ones on the ...