Holiday Inn London - Wembley
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... together, for what would turn out to be the last time in nearly two years. With our parting photo taken by a stranger, I hauled my bag onto my back and disappeared into the station.
Driving through a dark London, I soaked up the passing by of such familiar sights as corner shops, brick-built terraced houses, elegant lampposts, neo-classical columns, triangular roofs, tall chimney stacks, black cabs, red buses, a man and woman hand in hand, a dog on a ...
... br> A 7am start saw us set off in an old battered Mercedes, its windscreen resembling a spider’s web of cracks that radiated from one another in a rather un-spider-like random fashion. With us were two Mauritanian drivers and an Algerian man with a French passport, a fact which would traumatise him throughout the rest of the day. Six hours of featureless desert to reach the border was observed mostly in silence, save for the repetitive whining of Arabic music ...
... their fourth day of travel since leaving the US and were still only in the middle-of-nowhere.
The tolerance for such exhaustive travel shown by the children was inspiring. The lively four-year-old boy, in particular, turned out to be quite a source of amusement; his favourite, indeed only, word for hours seemed to be ‘no’, which he exclaimed with playful authority and with relish.
By early evening, we approached the town of ...
... though, but I think you could get more information about them on Google
Australia and New Zealand were being pushed quite hard with competitions for 10 day holidays to be won
Every state had a table and they were all 3-4 deep, so I had no chance of getting close or getting much in the way of brochures
Every stand seemed very busy and it was hard to ask any questions, I just grabbed brochures and kept them to read at home
... High St. Kensington, where a 24 hour McDonald's beckoned us to sit and refuel. It was 2 am before we made it home.
So, we're exhausted. But yesterday was thrilling in so many ways. We're taking a bit of a break today to rest up before heading out for dinner at Petrichor in the Cavendish Hotel, near Picadilly Circus and the Prince of Wales Theatre where we'll be enjoying The Book of Mormon this evening, the first of two West End plays we'll be seeing during our ...