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... Incredible the creativity and ingenuity that went into making the movies. Kids loved it too. Having briefly appeased the passengers we took advantage of yet another cracking day to visit Kew Gardens. So gorgeous - we spent maybe 3 hours wandering but could've spent much longer had the gardens not closed at 6pm. Inexplicable to me now that I lived here for 2 years and never ...
... you deserve.
the Boss: The hotel’s GM or resident manager should
be out in the lobby, greeting guests, talking to staff, and actively managing –
not hiding in an office far away from the action. Guests who know that the
manager is approachable and easy to find will feel secure and well cared for;
it shows that the staff members are a cohesive team with an engaged and
is Everything: ...
... the activities on the green. We then strolled around Richmond to the river and sat in nice weather people watching. Then walked back to the train and stopped as you do at “Clarke's” shoe shop with Lorraine weakening and buying 3 pairs, so the “brownie” points will now be equal, home by 5pm, to see the end of the Wimbledon mens final.In a 5 set game Djokovic beat Federer. We all sat outside for a BBQ tea and the rain came down around 7pm, bugger.
On the day of departure England provided us with what she only knows best: **** weather. I was actually pretty grateful, it eliminated any sadness about leaving and I could gloat about the upcoming sunshine. It was a reasonable drive to London Heathrow with my mum and my brother (and a casual bit of funk playing on the radio, gotta love some morning Magic). On arrival ...
... 160; We went to lunch at a pub and it took over an hour for the food to come. Luckily, Julie has made friends with the waitress and we got a free round of drinks for our troubles. Score. It is Julie's birthday tomorrow. We are headed to Brick Lane for real spicy Indian food (I'll be having the mild rogan josh). And we will head over to Paris not this weekend, but the one after to celebrate her birthday together. Next week birthday girl will be writing the ...