Premier Inn London Hampstead
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... pictures they looked that good. Maria bought a cronut which was particularly good. We decided from here to catch a bus to Nottinghill for no other reason than to look around. The bus took at least 30 minutes if not a bit longer but once there we found another bustling area to explore.
We went into a few clothing and souvenir stores and picked out a few pieces but after awhile we ...
... quite the same, but was still interesting to see.
After that I walked back to Notting Hill Gate, and got the tube over to Russell Square, which is where the contiki basement is. Just wanted to make sure I knew where it was, so I can find it easily tomorrow morning.
Found a pub and decided it was lunch time. Got the full mixed grill, and wasn't disappointed. All that and a pint of Guinness had me feeling less bothered about missing breakfast. ...
... around the house, but did not have the time or energy to explore the extensive parkland grounds, surrounding the house. A difficult drive through dangerously narrow back lanes, (the SatNav took as on the shortest route!) eventually got us to Port Gaverne (adjacent) to Port Isaac, and the pub where we are staying for two nights. We have the cutest room and a wonderful postage sized view of the coast from our room nook, from where I am writing this while taking a series of photos ...
On Saturday May 30th, we went to Bath and Stonehenge. It took around 2 hours to get there by bus, so we could sleep there the whole entire time.
Bath was an amazing place. It reminded me of a spa, but in town form. It had beautiful relaxation music in the background and everyone was friendly. It was a nice change from the crazy on-the-go people of London. The buildings located around Bath are made of the ...
... and the chaos of the traffic continued on. Crazily, there was a wedding party in the middle of the pedestrian crossing on the Champs Elysses having photos taken, cars going round them still at a crazy pace. At 6.30 we went into dinner at Chez Clement on the Champs Elysses. Great fun and good to start getting to know others in the group. Mostly Oz, a couple of Yanks and a couple of Canadians and Us. Started with a great French onion ...