Boxmoor Lodge Hotel
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Hi Folks, We are now chilling out with Marian and Nigel, Laura and Glen at Hemel Hemstead just north of London.
We booked out of the Airbnb at Hounslow on Tuesday and drove up to Kimpton, just north of London to visit Ann's cousin Bill Beaumont and wife Christine. The day before, we had taken the opportunity while the weather was really good, to go the cemetery at Plaistow, East London, to place Ann's dad's ashes in the cemetery plot. Before arranging ...
... for lunch, and we walked around the souvenir shops. There were a few museums josh wanted to go to but they were very expensive. We made our way back to Soho and found a nice pub where we got a drink and some chips, as I was very hungry by this stage. We also decided to stay for dinner, I got an Indian curry and Josh got lasagna, which were both nice. After this we headed ...
... want from the veges on offer but because of his dislike of all members of the Brassica family (cabbage, broccoli, brussell sprouts, etc) and his well-known hatred of pumpkin, his choice was restricted to carrots and roast potatoes. The management’s concern at his lack of vegetables – does Sir want some mashed potatoes or Yorkshire pudding? No thanks, I’ve got roast potatoes. They brought over more meat, more roast potatoes and cooked him some peas. ...
... refrain herself from singing. Unlike the people sitting behind me. It was a really nice way to end our trip, the singing and music was really good.
We are currently in our hotel room trying to pack our bags before heading home tomorrow. So far we have filled our suitcases plus an extra bag as well, hopefully we rant over the weight limit!
I think we are both ready to head home, I know i'm looking forward to my own bed and a washing machine!!!
... soon but for now, I have to see what all the fuss is about. I find that London is a lot like Chicago, in the sense that Shelbyville is like Springfield in the Simpson's. It's very similar but with their own twist on everything which makes it fun (and funny). The weather has been chilly but sunny and the streets...you can get turned around a lot. Right now, I like ...