Marsh Farm Hotel
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... vehicle manufacturing of the mini, the only other source of employment. There were thousands of bicycles chained to fences and gates, the main form of transport in this area.
Video girl wandered along the tow path, looking at all the punts moored on the side of the River Thames, and the numerous rowers who were training for the end of May championships. The town was alive with tourists as it was bank holiday.
... had to wear shorts and my son almost naked when they went out to the zoo in the sunshine of mid summer.
This year the weather is different. They forecast 20 degree and some shower. So this got to be a windy and chill summer.
I arrived Heathrow airport very early in the morning of the 9 th of August : temperature read at 14 degree celsius! ...
... and drinking champagne to celebrate Emma. Larry and Will joined us when they got back, and it was so great to finally be able to blow off some steam and just have fun with everyone like we used to last year.
I pulled the evening shift tomorrow night, which means I get to sleep in again, which is awesome. But it is also 1:45AM right now, which means my sleep time is quickly ticking away. So I'll be off.
Good night ...
I can already tell this trip is going to be special. Dan and I arrived on Thursday August 8th into London and took the tube to our hotel in Notting Hill. A very cute boutique hotel called Portobello Inn right off (you guessed it!) Portobello Road. probably my new favorite part of London, but ill get there later... We were greeted by a good friend, Courtney, and her fiancé Damien and went out to dinner at a restaurant called Florintini. The restaurant has ...
Well after 24 hours of transit, and several codeine enriched painkillers, we have arrived in th UK!
Currently on a bus to Swindon where my cousin Nicky and her husband Simon will pick us up and take us to their place at Wootton Bassett where we'll stay for a few nights. Have never met before so I'm really excited! She has 5 cats, I'm in heaven!
EverythIng here is very "British" you know what I mean, Cobber?
Stu (and ...