Hampton by Hilton London Croydon
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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Fitness/Health center
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... anxious drivers trying to take us somewhere we spot our names and meet our driver who takes us to the city. With lots of brilliant tips, jokes, Spanish language lesson and songs, we make it there in no time. We pick up some food and settle in our hotel for the first night in San Jose. Was it really just one day?? Sweet dreams.
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Have had a lovely few days staying in Purely with an old teacher friend and her family .... Thank you Gaynor Peach Pilbeam, Bruce, Maya and Zoe for letting me stay and taking me to the South of England show yesterday.... It was fun.... Now sitting waiting at Gatwick airport to go on another one of my side trips ... A week in Germany, visiting Berlin and Hamburg ... Could have been an expensive start to ...
... pretending they were in a big theatre). The show itself was reasonably funny. The plot wasn't going to win any awards, but the writers certainly did a good job of some self-mockery. Unfortunately, the show had been running for quite a while and therefore it wasn't an A-grade cast - so at times, it felt like they were struggling to grasp the writer's intent. Overall though, it was a good night out that didn't require too many brain cells to be engaged (a good thing while on ...
... have been away, but its now time to return to our real home, rest a little, catch up with friends and family, before we all too quickly embark on the next chapter of our lives. There will be more adventures, of that we are sure, we just need to knuckle down and make them happen.
There are so many things that we will miss about being away and our adventures together but we thought it would be fun to make a list of the things that we won't miss :
... after a block I realised it was the wrong way – never mind, we did go past an unmarked embassy with two British policemen with mean looking guns. I looked at the flag and asked if it was the Saudi Embassy - it was. We retraced some of our steps until I got distracted by a narrow street and a sign. The sign said Shepherds Market which I had read about so off we went. Shepherds Markets is a series of narrow streets or laneways with lots of cafes ...