Holiday Inn London - Brentford Lock
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... can't 'ask mum' does. Ask Google.
And I had food poisoning.
Here is the thing I liked about living in a small city with parents around. If you were sick, they would care for you, drive you to THE ONE AND ONLY HOSPITAL and everything would be ok.
Back to reality...I am home alone. I can't move because my joints ...
... seen them all. London Zoo is only 36 acres in size so the larger animals have been relocated to a larger zoo about an hour from this zoo. I was disappointed not to have seen any elephants but it is better that they are in a more suitable surrounding. Then it rained! The skies opened up and caught everyone by surprise, people were seeking shelter ...
... royal blood spilled on the stones. Today’s Tower has seen everything as a palace, barracks, a mint for producing coins, an archive, an armoury and the royal Menagerie. Most of all though the Tower is known for death: it’s been a place of imprisonment, torture and execution for the realm’s most notorious traitors and a few innocents as well. The most famous exhibits are of course the crown Jewels, in the Jewel House, Waterloo ...
... soccer World Cup in full swing both Londoners and foreigners were crowding the pubs to watch each match after finishing work, this was a pretty good excuse for us to hit the pubs also to enjoy a meal and the festivities. They really do the pubs well in London, by this I mean they are well decorated and have a real charm about them. The public transport system in Central London is amazing, after downloading an app to get around it was a piece of ...
... or the Queen would stop by but after two hours of sipping tea, none of them showed. We then walked in freezing cold rain through Kensington Park and went to the low end shopping district. We first went to Primark which is like a Walmart clothing store with 10 million people fighting over $5 sweaters. People were downright mean and we grabbed the cheap items we wanted and ran out the door. Next we went to ...