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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Free parking
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... the exhibit, excited boys and men of all ages drooled over the cars, while their accompanying mothers, girlfriends or friends sighed, shook their heads and checked their watches repeatedly.
Liam and I enjoyed the exhibit quite a bit, but we had things to do and places to see so we soon moved on. Exploring Covent Gardens, we had some tasty gelato at a really swanky chocolate shop before hitting the tube once again to go see Hyde Park. Our goal was to go to Speakers ...
... am and arrived at Waterloo station. That was a great first impression of London. A quick walk up the road and we came close to the London eye and across the Thames from Big Ben. A walk further up the road and we arrived at Trafalgar Square and then Leicester Square. Le Tour was in town today and we were excited to watch the arrival which was happening later in the afternoon. We spent a bit of time at Notting Hill I love this area. I love how the ...
... Fountain. While it serves as a reminder of her life, it is somewhat underwhelming by the absence of a plaque in her honour. We then headed off in search of London's famous Harrods department store, walking through the backstreets of Kensington, which is the most expensive place to live here. Harrods is certainly an experience, but if you're common folk like us, it is quite daunting. It is clearly overpriced, yet the shoppers ...
... vans etc. Feeling like a coffee and bite to eat...but more waiting needed. Reading Waitrose magazine when spotted them crossing the road, so Mark and I rush downstairs to greet them.....they look so tired and hassled after over 6 hours since plane landed...poor things...and no wonder on hearing their tale!! Driver did not show at airport until after 10am....lame excuse saying had left home at 5am to meet them, weaving in and out of streets to try and ...
Unfortunately, I had word from Restart yesterday that the little boy called Brian who I taught in St Patrick's and who was so sick for a couple of weeks during my stay, has run away from Restart, back onto the streets. It is so sad when this happens, because it is often due to a feeling a guilt in the child, that they are looked after when their family is still starving, or because they just don't understand how lucky they are. This is why we took some of them ...