Holiday Inn London - Wembley
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- Drycleaning onsite
- Meeting rooms/conference facilities
- Kids pool
- Indoor pool
- Heated pool
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We headed down to the windy world of London's underground and the bone rattlin' Bakerloo line.
We emerged, after one non eventful 30 minutes and line change at Borough Station on the southside - old Southwark into streets Google maps had made very familiar. Checked our beings with two people both of whom were not locals - Murphy's law- and headed confidently in the direction of the Rose and Crown.
As soon as you book a place to stay, and you have ...
... He came out... after two hours I think? We even managed to get some food so the waiting wasn't too bad.
It was all kinda quick but he still took time to listen to everything people had to say. I gave him my letter- still can't believe it. And asked for his autograph+ a small drawing which I wanna get tattooed. Also a high five. He was so quiet and shy but so nice.
Guess I can cross off one of my dreams :
... flux so I booked AirBnB instead, and one of the girls in the flat I picked recommended I download an app called City Mapper. It shows you all your options to get from place A to B, including walking, cycling, cabs and all the public transit available. It also gives you the price and estimated time it takes. In retrospect, I don't know what I would have done without it, as I didn't have a detailed London street map with me, nor would I have known the bus routes available even ...
... the Lord, talk to Frank and Alenka. Whether it’s opening their home for me to stay in, driving people to church, Bible study, worship team practice, or letting me invite friends over even when it’s late because I just need people – you two are constantly smiling and cheerful. Alenka, anyone who ever is able to work with you as a supervisor is a lucky person. Your servant’s heart ...
... in one day and I am still having heart palpitations from running around so much. I finished off my evening by getting myself a pint of hand-pressed cider and sitting on the London Eye Pier to watch the sun set over Westminster. Aside from still feeling awful, it was perfect and I could not have asked for a better day. Next stop, Beeeeeerlin. I cannot make that "farewell London" post now...not ...