Holiday Inn Express London - Golders Green North
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- Continental Breakfast
- Business Services
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Free parking
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... to us but we convinced ourselves we would be ok - at which point a Venetian man with gumboots to the tops of his thighs stopped and asked us if we were waiting for the water taxi..."yes"....."it won't get through the tide is too high"....."Ohh!" .....he asks a few questions and makes a call to the travel agent on our behalf and with some quick exchanges in Italian it is sorted. As we are walking with him to the new pick-up point (which involves walking through water) ...
... He came out... after two hours I think? We even managed to get some food so the waiting wasn't too bad.
It was all kinda quick but he still took time to listen to everything people had to say. I gave him my letter- still can't believe it. And asked for his autograph+ a small drawing which I wanna get tattooed. Also a high five. He was so quiet and shy but so nice.
Guess I can cross off one of my dreams :
... had a traditional full English breakfast at the airport the next day, and even though it was meat-heavy, that was pretty tasty too!
Overall, my impression of London was more than positive. I fell in love with the public transport system. We always whine in LA how the city is too big for an effective public transit system, and London blew that argument right out of the water. London is not as large as LA but is not small by any stretch of the ...
... which was several more pounds
as it was a big wash. We had arranged to go to Kew gardens with Patricia so we
set off rather late only to find that the route we had planned was not working
so we had to detour round on the underground, but Patricia was late too so we
all arrived on the same train. Kew gardens are
huge, but we managed to visit the palm house, tropical water lily ...
... over 11,000 tons of steel provided the framework for the towers and walkways. This is the bridge:
It was fascinating to travel across this bridge and look at its architecture. There are tours available if a school group wanted to learn more about the history of the bridge, take a closer look at the architecture by using the walkways or even visit the exhibit and Victorian engine ...