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- Continental Breakfast
- Room service
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility
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... they have loved being here in London, they both say the best part of being here is "Kate and Mike's house with the girls". We are very pleased the kids get along so well - makes it easier for everyone. I have repacked our cases and managed to get everything into two bags rather than three and we will leave a suitcase here for the time we are away. I'm sure we'll need it going home but it will be heaps better to only ...
... We went into the Old Royal Naval College and tried on the armour of knights! So heavy! But of course, with pride of being UCF Knights, we had to try it on! We didn't pay to go into the Greenwich Observatory, but instead waited in line for the actual Prime Meridian line a few steps below the museum and took photos there. Of course, I leaned towards the Western Hemisphere, I will be home in 3 weeks, so I'm leaning home!
We visited an astronomy center on the ...
... corner. Our slow moving vehicle, and its watchful driver and passengers on the lookout for someplace no one in the car knew for sure where it was, did not lend itself to a gentle nor tolerant response. The aggressive shouts and gestures instructing us to move on only made our search more difficult. Numerous consultations with passersby and groups of men sat by the roadside in white plastic chairs, eventually paid off and we pulled up outside our chosen place of rest. ...
... a British friend told me that it was a must to see the Camden markets and that she thought I would really enjoy them. As much as I don't like to admit, I wasn't prepared to take her suggestions too seriously, unless time would permit. And as it would, Friday morning came without a plan - and only being about three stations away from Archway on the northern line, Camden markets seemed like a good idea. Not a far trek ...
I normally community garden on the last Sunday of the month. So as I was home I decided to go down there - easy walking distance from my house. I asked Emily if she would like to go. She seemed keen so off we went. So far so good. We met up, go the gardening bits and pieces, including a little wheel barrow for Emily. Then half way across the field she started crying and wanted to go home, I tried everything I could, but failed, so eventually we/ gave ...