Holiday Inn Express London Royal Docks - Docklands
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... the city, but I'll probably never go back. The vibe of the city was just not one that matched my personality. That and the lack of oral hygiene in that city is just astonishing. The accents they have there thou are beautiful and one amazing thing is even though English is the dominant language, while walking the streets you will hear every language in the world being spoken. Pictures will be put up once I upload them on my computer. I flew back to Berlin late Tuesday night, ...
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... a tour as there is a roman amphitheatre there . Day four tomorrow we are travelling by train to Alnwick - more greatgreatgrandparents from there . They married in Gretna Green in 1830 aged 17 . Adam Landells was a gardener at Alnwick castle so we will visit there and Alnwick village too. We didn't know that there is a music festival there this weekend before we booked the train . So. Accommodation was a bit difficult but yes we have some ...
... spaghetti with Jamie's homemade sauce and a salad which was delicious.
After dinner we watched a busker in Leicester Square. He was doing tricks with a football.
We saw the Odeon in Leicester Square, this is where the movie premiers are and the movie stars walk the red carpet.
Then we went to the Theatre Royal and saw the musical - Charlie and the Chocolate Factory. I was sooooo tired. Mum and Dad both kept falling asleep! ...
... 10 pm in New Zealand we put a 'phone call through and Peter was able to talk to his mum. Further along the road we found 101 Burns Road. It was here that Peter's great grandparents lived in 1911. Again the property was still being lived in. Lunch at a cafe in Harlesden and then we walked back to the station for our next stop - Kensal Green St John the Evangelist Church. It was here that Peter's grandfather, Richard Syar Smith-Ric******* was christened ...