Grange Lodge Hotel
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... 25.5599994659424px;">31 Cath m&me
So you remember how late I got to bed last night. Well I got up at 7.
Today one of my best friends, Cath (sister of housemate Chris in Scotland) was coming to London for the day.
I was starting work at 12...so who decided it would be a clever thing to go for breakfast? Me.
... and veges) I had read the reviews on Tripadvisor and thought it looked OK. Honestly, some people must live in 5star mansions if they think this is not fine. I often wonder why people complain, we theyhave obviously gone the budget route for a hotel. If they wanted 5 star, they should have booked the Hilton or the Savoy. (both within walking distance from here) I got back, watched some TV made dinner and settled in for a reasonably early ...
... are full of tourists (like us). That being said, the Ritz will pamper you an offer a luxurious experience.
- Generally people in the service industry are not British.
- If the weather forecast shows 10% rain, this doesn’t mean it won’t rain. It just means it will only rain for 10% of the day.
- Take a cruise down the River Thames. It runs through the center of the city and its banks are ...
... we decided to go off and get some food. Greer and I ended up buying dirty chicken and wine and going back to Greer's lovely flat where we ate and chatted till the wine was gone.
Quite drunk on strong cider and wine at this point we decided to hit Ben's flat in Clapham Junction in order to meet up with Jess and then go out. We got to Ben's, started drinking home brew wine (never a good idea), met up with Jess, went to a bar with ...
... Abbey. Parliament loomed ahead of us, beautiful and regal. The detailing and architecture all around us was incredible. We stumbled upon St James park and happily discovered duck island and a beautiful lake, the long walkway was sheltered with huge oak trees and we walked amongst squirrels, ducks, swans, geese, rats, small birds, crows and pelicans. Flowers dotted the pathways and wildflowers grew by the water. The parks here are gorgeous and my favourite part ...