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- Non-smoking rooms
- Free parking
- Family rooms
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... Wow it is amazing what one can accumulate over a 6 month period. It was also a lovely afternoon for reminiscing over our journey.
On Sunday we headed into London Town to catch up with our gorgeous Tum. It was a beautiful day, the sun was once again shining, not much wind about and the city was busy. Life is so much simpler in a small hire car, parked at the train station and 15 minutes later we were in the city.
... the city which you have always desired to travel into. This great city is served by five international airports and thereby finding cheap flight tickets is not a difficult task. You can easily choose an off season and book your tickets well in advance for ensuring a budget friendly trip to the British capital.
Winter is just on its way and no other seasons can become as better as the winters are. Apart from enjoying a lavishing ...
... shops and down to Covent Gardens and the markets there - really loved it here - there was a vibrant atmosphere with lots of food places and arts and crafts on display and for sale. Mitch found a Sketchers store with soooo many different types of shoe - very different to the 10 options we have at home! Then walked up to Trafalgar Square which was blocked off a bit due to a show there ...
... chapel. I had a look around the gardens, found a maze and wandered through that. I had another quick look around the grounds and then headed back to the station. I caught the train to Waterloo station and then the underground up to Piccadilly circus. Here i got out of the station and went to the waterstones bookshop. From here i walked up charing cross road and walked up to Foyles bookshop. I got a book here and then continued walking ...
... s magic, the Arc de Triomphe, ultimate low fives, talons, pedicures, the Sound of Music, gondola rides, gelato, canals, Anne Frank, Stonehenge and it's theories, crepes, Oia sunsets, boat rides, the disturbing history of Berlin, a full litre of beer, the Colosseum, the Roman Forum, sunburns and peeling, random flashing, milk ...