Holiday Inn Express London - Golders Green North
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- Continental Breakfast
- Wheelchair accessibility
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- Free parking
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... with your dinner?") I'm always leery of taking medicine to help me sleep on a long flight, but have yet to turn down alcohol which, generally speaking, has the same effect.
I had a whole row to myself for a while (I had dreams of streching out and actually sleeping), but a marauding passenger popped in - "Could I sit here? My entertainment system is out in my seat." What was I going to do - sentence her to 9 hours of reading a ...
... it more.
6) Travelling is more expensive than you think.
There are always extra things to pay for which just pop up or that you don't think of:
Random luggage charges for flights, car hire stuff (sat nav rental, insurance, additional driver fee, petrol), sun cream (you use it a lot and its pricey!), visa's (Bali was $35 each), transfers from the airport (taxi is sometimes the only option), activities, entrance fee's ...
... moment we landed and had our first flat white (coffee) till the moment we left 7 weeks later - exhausted and with life-long tan-lines after cycling over 2000 kms around the South Island, we loved every second.
amazingly, we arrived back in London from our year of traveling in one piece. after doing zero research (why start now?!) on Immigration Advisors, we met with R, who was to be our Immigration Advisor. I ...
... the ceremony and the crowds cleared, Beryl and I seized the opportunity to step foot (well maybe only one) inside the palace gates that were still open. We edged as close as we could without aggravating the security policeman cradling his rather large AK machine gun. Feeling rather pleased with ourselves, we decided to celebrate by resuming plank position outside the palace. For those of you who are probably thinking 'What The?', this came about ...
... a large part of the day was spent cruising round all the saddlery stands, ogling the beautiful leather boots and trying to keep a lid on the spending. Managed to get away quite lightly in the end, with Emma being the main scorer of stuff (cool riding clothes). The Derby itself lived up to expectations with not a single clear round out of 35 riders, ...