FlexiStay Aparthotel Tooting London
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... call it a win. Even though I was full of langoustines and risotto, I still ordered the lemon tart for dessert. It was amazing, and generously proportioned. At one point I was so full I was sweating, but I powered through. You have to work hard to reach your goals. Blessedly, we walked home afterwards, so I didn't die. Tomorrow, I'm off on my own to Kensington to see the sights while Suzanne heads back to work in Manchester. Hopefully the streets will make more sense here than in ...
... Chelsea Museum first and met a lovely man about 60 who was obviously a Chelsea supporter however when young had an offer from QPR which he rejected as he only wanted to play for Chelsea. Needless to say he never got that offer and never made it to the big league.
The tour itself was very good in a small group of 20, a visit to the pitch, tunnel, stands and off course the players changerooms which was amazing. Each player has a life size photo ...
... mild with a little sun beaming through the light covering of clouds. We continued walking around the Parliamentary quarter of Kensington and along the way saw flowers on every corner and exquisite architecture. We then walked down to Buckingham palace and awed over its elaborate fencing whilst peering through to see the Royal Guards in uniform. From there we walked down to Regent St where they had 'Car Free Sunday’. The street was filled with ...
... wouldn't have to pay certain fees. OMG!! Luckily they were able to smile at one another and move on. Fancy being told that. So William is still in the mortuary at the hospital. M&H's went to visit again yesterday and were really pleasantly surprised. He was in a Moses basket, and they were able to have more cuddles. They were in a calming room and again could stay as long as they wanted. Mike got some lovely selfie ...
... girls as well as elders. Changes in architecture over the last 300 years are being represented by twelve little doll houses. One of the exhibits, a house from the 1760s, has stood the test of time and passed down through six generations.
A lot of interest is now being taken in Forensic science that has developed a lot in the past few decades. It also features on many prime-time TV shows. A new exhibition “Forensics: ...