Premier Inn London Hampstead
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... in one, Jessamy and Amy in another, with Tristan and Keely in the remainder.
We had tea at "The Goose" which was very English as most meals were served with chips. Afterwards Jo-Ann dropped off the laundry for overnight washing. Tristan, Amy and Ian walked the 1.3 kms in the cold to Fulham Broadway cinema to watch "The Hobbit" (in English rather than French),
... but expensive.
My eyes grew wide when we came across a store that sold the most beautiful stoves I’ve ever seen. I thought I might persuade Greg to buy a double stove with surrounding bespoke drawers at just 39,720 pounds. I thought it was a good deal, but no luck there.
The V&A is another British museum, which has benefitted from British lotteries and provides free entry ...
... because my airplane was old style. Now my exotic portion of the trip begins.... Next stop Istanbul! Turkish Airways.... But right now I am in the Canadian lounge...... Listening to a lady in the management of moving people volunteering to help with Ebola. I love traveling..... So interesting! I have been wiping down everything with wipes and washing my hands. Next stop ...
... literally 15 miles to the tube. Ok maybe not 15 miles but close enough... good sweat going now... Currently I'm riding the HeathRow Express which, by judging how carnivorous people are about making the trains, pay the extra 9 pounds and get business class.. AC, plug ins and a lovely man named Jeffrey pouring tea.. That last part's not true. Off to the hotel now.. hoping its not a dive and TripAdvisor is helping me out.. sharing a bathroom shall be interesting ...
... was not to eat at a round table, as well as not using chopsticks.
Overall we had had an exciting, exhausting, educational, expensive but enjoyable holiday. Lily said that she had most enjoyed going to Cheng Du to see the pandas, and had least enjoyed having to walk around the Forbidden City. Our family trip of a lifetime had been completed successfully and safely. We were all now looking forward to going to Devon in 2 weeks time for our 'proper' ...