Premier Inn Chessington
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... which is just 5mins walk from our hotel. As we were making our way to the train station, we walked past a Ferry Dock, and decided we would catch the Ferry to Embankment instead of the train. This was cool, cause it was another chance to take in the sites of London on the river. After docking at Embankment, it was a short 10min walk up to Big Ben along the river, as it was now pitch black, was a chance to take some better photos of Big Ben at night. We ...
... tears, and blowing kisses to Marina, I rolled my trolley into the airport, as the car was pulling away from the curb. ;ᘷ 4; The line was non existent, although there were passengers everyone trying to gather their belongings to check in. I was called forward by the agent, and ready to pay overweight ... but she just smiled and told me that was not necessary. Once clearing ...
... Contacted Steve from Stratford London meeting a friend of Gabriel's and arranged to meet for brunch before meeting at 12 noon tomorrow where I am Guest Speaker. Haven't had a meeting for two weeks so will enjoy the company and the meeting. Will probably go to Westfield Shopping Centre nearby after. Leaving it until Tuesday to go to Madame Tussaud's and London Eye and maybe Hop On Hop ...
... but slows to 100 mph when it goes through the Chunnel. Taylor has been a wonderful navigator thru the Parisean metro and now in London. Thank God for her or we'd probably be in Bulgaria by now.
Shelby was attacked by a pigeon under the Eiffel Tower and I haven't heard Cole laugh like that in years. Shelby wasn't too thrilled about it though. The best part of the trip has been being with Momma and the kids. ...
A multicultural feastVery back seat on the plane from Rome so last off,piling on the layers of clothes, last luggage off the carousel and then all slow...getting info, changing € to £, all looks weird and totally unfamiliar! oh no, another adjustment, getting onto train to town and then 1000's of people, crushed on and out the wrong gate instead of line change and talking our ...