Formule 1 London Thurrock M 25
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... very annoying child behind me screaming 'mom mom, mommy mommy mom' At the top of her lungs for half the flight. If I ever have kids-Which I probably won't- I am so not being that parent on the plane!) Landed made it safely to the hostel where I'll be staying for the almost two weeks here in London. and yeah. That's that for ...
... very tasty concoction which was a cross between a Mexican burrito and an English Cornish Pasty. It was two corn flap jacks which were stuffed with savory fillings. They even had one with "shakshuka." To me, that is the fun of this whole cooking thing; coming up with unexpected flavors which go well together and which blend cuisines of different cultures. These guys do that and they do it well!
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... and we arrived at Heathrow terminal 5 along with hundreds of other travellers, particularly student groups from the USA. This meant a 70 minute wait in line to get through passport control, and after collecting our luggage, we headed to the tube for the 50 minute ride to Russell Square and our apartment, (next to the Jenkins Hotel, Sonya). Our room is small but adequate. We found the nearby shopping area and Waitrose supermarket for some ...
England, for multiple reasons, has this image of royalty. The Queen is perhaps one of the first images that pops up in the imagination when tourists think of the country. That’s not really
surprising considering the history of the monarch, as well as its global empire in the 20th century. London is the main destination for visitors looking to experience the existing royal culture. There, ...
... one!!) inside Selfridges and had a Polaroid taken as proof by a real elf. Then it was on to the Disney Store, which was still a bit epic but had caught an unfortunate case of Frozenitis so much of the traditional Disney had been stripped out and replaced by Frozen (and a lot of Star Wars too). That was a letdown, that all the oldies and goodies were having to be put aside for the ...