Ibis Budget London Barking
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- Pets allowed
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... learning about all of the killings and possible suspects.... Well worth it if your ever in London. Friday we started our day by heading to the London Eye (thanks to ma girls for the tickets :)) it was pretty hazy up there but still a gorgeous view on London Town. We completed our first challenge up the top of the eye by wearing Australia flags and singing the first 2 lines of the Australian National anthem (video evidence to come later) so that was good to get that out there and ...
... kitchen so that we could prepare breakfast in our room each day. The weather was cold, foggy and misty for the first day, but cleared up to 10 degrees for the next couple of days, rare nice weather days. The apartments are located in the business area of the city and there are plenty of pubs in this area to taste some fine English ale. We noticed the pubs are overflowing with business men/women during lunch period and shortly after 3pm to about ...
... also very comfortable.
If you plan your London tour then you can spend more time in the capital. If it’s raining then you and have a small bite at the cafes and restaurants. If the tubes are late then you can also go by bus. You can also go walking to your destination and that can surely be a nice experience. So if you want to make your tour a great one then you can stay in one of the best hotels that is London premier Kensington. ...
... a Booger flavoured Bertie Botts every flavoured bean I bought two boxes and headed home.
London has amazing fresh and health fast food outlets which are SO yummy so I haven't even been to Maccas once despite there being one only two blocks away!! So last night I managed to stay awake until 11pm but still woke at 6am. Who would have thought I would become a morning person!!
So this morning I went out to Campden Town ...
... the Harry Potter movies but all the tours were sold out so we looked in on another college and then went to the gardens where students actually play quidditch. It was then time for Alexa to go back to London and me to check in to my hostel and get some dinner (another English pub meal). Oxford was very lovely, but unless you're really very genuinely interested in seeing a bunch of colleges a day is plenty of time to visit. The next morning I boarded a train to York. It was afternoon by ...