Four Seasons Hotel London at Park Lane
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... will get both culturally and climatically when he lands in Canada.
The flight passes uneventfully landing on time. Liz is met by Martin and Jude and Karen catch their connections to Manchester and Edinburgh.
Home safe and sound.
Such an experience, so many memories, and hopefully the first of many such ...
... for its curries. It was a delicious place to spend the day checking out some local street art as well.
The last week of work was much the same as the previous although I also got a taste of working in a special school which was by far my favorite day. It was heaps of fun and something I would be keen to do again.
A good family friend in Sarah sauce eater Sangster also came to London to catch up which was a great to see to ...
Once we got going the flight was lovely. It was quiet, comfortable , great service from the staff and good food. Well I enjoyed everything apart from the last one. A self enforced fasting was in order due to a total dislike of coming in to land by the combination of my head and stomach. By the time arrived I was washed out and very hungry and soooooo glad we didn't have to fly again for 8 weeks. We Joined the Underground community with our ...
... we took a guided tour with about thirty or forty other people that covered the basics of the Tower.
I don't think any of us were expecting the place to be quite as large as it was, so we spent quite a few hours there and still didn't get into all of its buildings. The favourite for Taylor and was, of course, the Crown Jewels. We weren't allowed to take photographs of them, unfortunately. By the time we left that exhibit, the yard outside was packed ...
... the swing genre. He sang a duet with his father. It was obvious that he got his talent from him. The apple didn't fall far from the tree. He sang a song devoted to his daughter, Theodora Rose called "Go Gentle" and announced that he was going to have another baby in the near future. It was an amazing concert and one of the the final songs that he sang was "Angels" Maree ticked off another item on her bucket list. The next day ...