Premier Inn Chessington
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... Brazil who speaks as good of English as I speak Swedish. Maybe a little less. She asked if she can come with me on my walk, and I said sure. It was raining so we shared my umbrella. She seemed to have a place in mind, but I couldn't quite place where and she would just smile and say, "Yes yes" when I asked her where she's taking me... We passed what looked like maybe a financial district... and then some residential area. There weren't many people AT ALL. ...
Harry Potter fans, hold onto your hats! We spent today at the Warner Bros Harry Potter film studios in Leavesden......and it was awesome! The tour took about 3 hours, but with the London traffic in the specially painted Harry Potter bus, it took most of the day. The sets were spread over 2 indoor studios and we got to have a walk around the outside exterior sets as well. We walked through the great hall and saw all ...
... the Natural History Museum. We were meeting the Gorely cousins at 2 o'clock at the Gourmet Burger Kitchen just up the road. It is always so good to see them. Kate and her 3 children - Betty, Seamus and Nina - live in London, and Michael and Kathryn and their 3 daughters - Adelaide, Nancy and Freya - live in Bristol. Michael and family (except Addie) had been at a party and spent the night in the south near ...
... in the U.S. But that's the point, isn't it? Why invest time, effort, and money in travel and then expect it to be like the country you left when you get there?
In the future, I will offer many more details. I will try to be a window into this world. But for now I just want to say that this was a great decision. I will do it again. Next time, I hope to do it even smarter because I know more than I did before. And I won’t be afraid.
... Once we got to Greenwich the Cutty Sark is right there next to the dock. It is now completely restored and in a permanent dry dock so you can walk under the ship. This is one of the more famous clipper ships that transported tea from China to England. It set the record for the fastest sailing time from China on one of it's early voyages. It could carry up to 10,000 crates of tea in ...