Gravetye Manor Hotel and Restaurant
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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Room service
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... half way through. The Tipsy cake was AMAZING! It was a sweet brioche, soaked in Brandy and baked with roasted pineapple on the side. My mouth is watering just thinking about it again! Two hours and about 230 pounds later, it was sadly time to leave. It was a great way to finish off our time together in London.
We got back to our hotel around 22:30 and packed our suitcases to make sure everything was ready to go for our early morning departure ...
... ourselves and sat way in the back so we just chatted away most of the flight. I also ran into an older lady on the plane from Palm Beach who said she knows my grandfather and heard me sing at a cocktail party this past January in Palm Beach. She was on her way to London to meet her new beau. I asked her how they met and she said that her husband passed away a few years ago and so she put her house on the market because she wanted to downsize. This gentleman bought her house ...
... property called the Kensington Court Hotel Notting Hill and is proof that you get what you pay for. London is currently the second most expensive city in the world for travelers and $120/night does not by you much in this city. It is in a great part of town but our actual room is about 250-300 sqft. and we share a communal bathroom with the shower from hell. As most of you will agree with, a long day of travel can only be punctuated by a long, ...
... were actually pretty dam good!). In the morning we were off to explore Cambridge, do some last minute shopping, and go punting down the river Cam. On the river punt, we saw more famous colleges and heard more local legends including the students desire to put crazy things on the roof of the church- many via free climbing. This included sneaking up to put a road cone on the top of a church steeple, until the university had to put scaffolding up to get it down, the night ...
My journey has begun!
My flight from Vancouver, B.C. to London was perfect. Nearly half empty, I had the entire row to myself the entire flight! It was my first time flying Air Canada and I loved it. The food, service, and free booze made for quite a nice overseas flight.
I learned the hard way that border agents don't like it when you don't have your next arrangements made. I ...