The Gordon House Hotel
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- Continental Breakfast
- Adjoining Rooms
- Room service
- Free parking
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Ok first post of many people here it goes... Firstly Heyyy to anyone joining me on this journey into the unknown! Most of you will already know how this trip came to happen and what it means to me but in case I do get some stragglers (I know I like to read random blogs sometimes) here's a bit of history.... Like most I've always loved going on holiday, doing something different and exploring a new world. Over the years that love became more of an addiction and the more I ...
Up early, we needed to pack and be at the airport by 11.15 am. Trish called in to have a cuppa and to say goodbye. Michelle got us to the airport, we had lunch together and then we said our goodbyes. I keep saying to kids we will see you in October for uncle Mario's wedding, while trying hard to hold back the tears. I know the Gregan's will ...
... then walked around Leicester Square/Chinatown a bit.
The past couple days have not been very interesting...just a lot of essay revision and getting travel plans put together. I am completely done with classes now though which means that my second year of college is complete (yep, definitely getting old). We are having an end-of-term tea party at AHA tomorrow and then I will be spending my last day in London on Friday doing god knows what. Probably crying, to be ...
... Thanksgiving/Xmas on every Holiday and on every Sunday. (Although you do need a kind person to be willing to cook this dinner for you)
Thursday: Woke up late, but seeing it was bright and sunny we darted out to catch the last daylight hours with a walk to the O2 and to possibly go on the touristy Emirates Gondola ride from there. It was a nice walk but when we got there the line was crazy and I decided I would probably have a panic attack inside the gondola so better ...
... age. The tour ended at the Spitalfields Market which was originally the “hospital” for the slum area. Actually it was just a big open field where people were laid out on old rotten mattresses and some attempt was made to help them. The tour gave us an appreciation for how well we really have it now. London had so many major problems it’s a wonder anyone survived. They had the city fire, the plague, and of ...