Holiday Inn Garden Court
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... train so on we jumped. But, they weren’t quite sure so as we were in doubt we jumped off again. We sat back down on the chairs to wait for another train. A few minutes go by….as the doors begin beeping, warning that they are shutting, the boys suddenly realise that it was the right train after all. They come to this realisation as the train begins pulling out of the station. Now we have a 10 minute wait for the next train. Kyria and I found it most amusing. ...
... arrival of my brother and his family and guests.
The day also gives us an opportunity to invite our many other friends and relations that we cannot accommodate in the modern weddings where venues are small.
Many many thanks to all who attended, you all made it a day to cherish for all of us.
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Today is my first full day "living" in London and I'm already missing the Swindon people! In a couple of days I plan to complete the Virgin London Marathon for the first time and then say goodbye to ...
... STILL not dark yet so we stopped for dinner.
We ate at a restaurant/pub place and got burgers. Afterwards, it was finally dark so we took some pictures of Tower Bridge all lit up. We walked back to London Bridge which was lit up all orange and took the Underground to Waterloo where we crossed the Westminster Bridge. We got views of the Eye all lit up and Big Ben at night. Then we got on the Underground at Westminster all the way to our hostel. Luckily it seemed ...
... it surprisingly interesting and wanted to stay longer when I asked her a few times if she was ready to go. Our next adventure was a visit to Piccadilly Circus which is not a circus but a shopping area. I remember it being more brilliant with building sized billboards and bustle and it had some of that but we were certainly spoiled after seeing NYC's Times Square last year. We had lunch in the area at a grocery store / take out joint where you could buy your food then eat it in ...