Fraser Suites Kensington
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The days felt like they were whizzing past as I just realized it was now day 9. We were on a bus to the Hammer smith under ground. We caught the tube to Buckingham palace again which I wasn't really looking forward to because I just thought the guards marched away and new ones just came marching on in to replace them. But it was nothing like that, everyone was watching the palace but then we heard trumpets and drums behind us everyone sprinted to the other side of ...
... areas as it will be cheaper AND nicer! I did find it a bit difficult getting used to eating at least after 8pm (or later) ...because when in Rome...Florence...Venice...otherwise we nibbled fabulous deli fare and had an earier night!
8. We asked each other 'what was your favourite place in Italy' - we all loved Venice but then thought again and decided it was impossible to separate them and choose one because they're all so different. Loved them all!! Ciao x
Rufio, his coworker Brandon and I arrived groggy at London Heathrow airport slightly ahead of schedule. We took advantage of the fast track lane through immigration and in no time were arriving on the Heathrow Connect at Paddington station. We traipsed two blocks in the surprisingly warm sunshine to our posh AirBnB apartment adjacent to Hyde Park. After we met our host and showered, we set out to find nourishment and explore the city ...
... his family, the house built in the 1700’s, is open to the public-the grounds were really beautiful.
We then cycled out to the Coast near Wells-next-the-Sea, which turned out to be the last glimpse of the North Sea for the trip. After a leisurely picnic lunch, and long chats to the locals, we continued off late afternoon, passing through the quaint pilgrim town of Great Walsingham. It is famed for its religious shrines in honour of the Virgin Mary and ...
... our camp site was and after setting up camp headed to the nearby shopping
center for provisions. The area is very cosmopolitan and people of all race and
creed seem to have settled in the area. It felt a bit like going shopping at
Later in the evening, Justin dropped by for supper. It was
great to see him again after such a long time and to catch up on his life over
a few beers and some local pork sausages.