The Gordon House Hotel
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- Continental Breakfast
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- Free parking
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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 ...
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... at sunset then walked through St James park to end up by Big Ben! We accomplished something very monumental today... Nick and I let Bryan press the stop button on the bus. It doesn't sound like much, but he actually remember where we get off the bus. My little traveler is growing up. Memorable quote: Coming from a coffee connoisseur, Starbucks is literally the best coffee I've ever had. -Nick Pinto Tomorrow: Walking around like a ...
So Claire's second to last day in London.. we decided to mark this very sad and depressing occasion with dinner and drinks at Las Iquanas (our usual birthday Mexican place).
I was late arriving because I am trying to do four weeks worth of work in three weeks (due to going to Israel for a week on Saturday). But after a long and lame day of work I was really looking forward to cocktails.
I arrived to find Katie, Kristy, Claire, Suzie and Laurence already there and to ...
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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 ...