Holiday Inn Express Slough
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... After our lunch we went to the top floor of the Southbank Centre & the kids ran through some art installations with splashes of paint on them. They enjoyed running through them & chasing each other. Then they enjoyed Uncle Mat chasing them. Mr ended up crashing & get a bump & it was suggested that everyone take a break & be on the lookout for ice cream stall in a food court behind the centre. We ended up finding a gelato cart. Jon had a lime ...
... will be on sale and everything far too expensive hear, I'm not. And I'm correct. Almost like the Tutankhamen treasures, the sales rack beckons Lones.......and she finds a jacket, not only in her size, but the colour she wants and reduced only by a mere 60%......uncanny! Back to the hotel to store the purchases, we head back to Oxford. Things have changed. The tourist buses have arrived with the rest of ...
... line-height: 21.2999992370605px;">So that is precisely what I did.
I had a look at getting a haircut before freaking out and running away, then I had a look in a couple shops then booked a theatre show.
A matinee for a change.
I talked to my main guy at the theatre office, and when I was there I saw that Russell ...
... our train was due to leave, we said our goodbyes to Daniel, unsure if we'd ever see him again. Granted that's a bit extreme, but if anybody could all of a sudden find themselves halfway around the world in the opposite direction, with no idea how he did it (and not because of alcohol), it'd be him. Besides, as this blog is behind, we all know that clearly didn't happen, so it's not that extreme I guess. Good luck these next couple of days Daniel, God knows you'll need it. ...
... pub culture, and local London beer. On our walk back to the hostel, we passed by a park just next to Westminster. Inside of the park was an incredible installation. Called Artangel, this installation was designed by Japanese artist Ryoji Ikeda. It is basically a series of black blocks arranged in a square pattern, each containing a high powered flood light. These lamps shine a beam of line hundreds of feet into the air, giving the impression of a beam of light descending from ...