Holiday Inn Express Hemel Hempstead
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... native woman. Stories from Colin like the one about how he managed to win a darts tournament against an Egyptian opponent who's lack of maths skills made it difficult for him to finish without the help of his friends. Stories from Andrew ( their eldest son, who came for lunch) about how he sat on a plane waiting to take off at Cairo (after a family visit), while tanks were on the runway as the army was staging a coup. He was in the ...
... inside and it just blow your mind! 5, insanely big, stories of very expensive clothes, toys, homeware etc etc! One scarf Mel liked was £799!! Safe to say, we didn't buy it! Lol. The only thing we bought was pastries for lunch from the bakery - which were delicious, and the only things we could afford! Haha. We then walked back up to Hyde Park to have a look at the Winter Wonderland, which is a ...
... range of people we've met, but they've made memories for us that will last a lifetime. I'm not sure what the ideal stay in London is, but certainly we've only had a taster.
The walking is starting to wear us out, and we're probably tireder now than any time we were on the Cotswold Way (which somehow now seems ages ago).
On Saturday we catch the Eurostar train from St Pancras to Paris to start the final leg of our journey.
Bye for now,
Alan and Nise
... didn't have the actual address,and our driver spoke little English, so he drove round and round in circles. In the end I was interpreter for all concerned!
Then came my drop off - well even more of an adventure he had no idea where Citidines Holborn - Covent Gardens was, so I'm on the phone to Sean asking directions. Sean is saying go east then west - I'm saying Sean I am having a communication ...
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