Holiday Inn Maidstone - Sevenoaks
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... were massive streets lined with every shop you could think of. We then reached Carnaby street and stumbled across Chockywockydoodah and even though we were still full from lunch we easily convinced ourselves to have afternoon tea there. We both got a hot chocolate, Jordan got milk and I got dark, and a tasting pot. We could not have possibly finished it as it was so rich but it was very worth it. We headed back to the hotel and had ...
... food place, in the morning to get our lunch. So, after finishing our quick lunch break we went on our way to the famous Chelsea Football Club. This was absolutely amazing. Chelsea whom I am not a big fan of due to me being a big Manchester City fan but this was still a great new facility. Overall today was an awesome experience which I'm very happy to have seen these two great ...
... at the Bottom of my Garden, Nina (from Argentina), with George accompanying. George managed to remember all verses of Mr Bear! Great fun was had, and many laughs! Dinner with Sue, David, and Sue's sons Fred and Barnaby, at the Hop and Vine was excellent, and it was great to see the boys who I remember meeting many years ago grown into fine young men. After a comfortable night's sleep (once next door's cat had been coaxed from under our bed!) , we set off on a particularly ...
After smashing out 5 places to visit, then out late for Wicked I found my legs were not keen to go again this morning. Also the blister on the heel said 'no' too! Still, can't just sit around, so up at 7.30am to get going again. Got out to Westminster by 8.30am only to find that none of the places I wanted to visit opened until 9.30am! Coffee number 2 helped pass the time. Today's theme was (sort of) Royals. Having said that I also visited the Churchill ...
Today Ant and me took the train to Oxford St to do some shopping. Cant believe not only how many shops but the size of them. We have noticed that london likes to build things undrrground too so lots of the shops are multi level. I really like Debenhams. Lina told me about this shop and I actualky managed to find it and i found some awesome multi colour jeans and i know noone will believe me but they really were on ...