The Gordon House Hotel
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All packed and ready to go, but still four days to go, getting a bit edgy now. 6th October now at Heathrow (17:30), albeit a bit early as our flight is not till 20:15 hours, but rather sit here than stationery on the M25! Will update when we get to the Lounge in Hong Kong Airport (courtesy of Wendy, Christine's ...
We went all waxy today at Madam Tussauds. What a magnificent place to see! The figures are so incredibley life like, it was quite awesome. We had photos taken with the worlds rich, famous and infamous. I got to stand with my old friend JFK and I got a very big kick from that. It was over several levels with each level having a different theme such as politics, movies, sports, superheroes, etc. The complex included rides and a 4D movie was even shown to us in a special theatre. The ...
... long! This will no doubt be our last update before arriving in NZ, which will be 1am thursday morning for you guys and 1pm Thursday afternoon for us! Our plans when we arrive are to find our hotel and no doubt have a big nap before heading out for dinner and a few drinks!
But right now we are just buzzing about (watching more still game) and can't wait to get to the airport!!
Talk soon :)!
... date back to the 1200 and 1300's
Charles Dickens also lived in Rochester and I took myself on a self inspired walking tour to check out the places he was known to be inspired by. Stumbled on the chalet that he had written in and a couple of other buildings that had featured in his books.
Eddies cousin had booked us into a quaint pub on the outskirts of Rochester for dinner this ...
... grassy space, criss crossed by paths and bordered by large ponds and dotted with large, leafy trees. I sit on a bench and munch on some cookies i bought at a convenience store along the way, before setting out up the path to what they call Parliament Hill. The highest point of Hampstead Heath, Parliament Hill overlooks the center of London around four miles south, reminding me that there is a difference between being able to 'see something' and 'a View'. This is not a good ...