Ibis London Wembley
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- Wheelchair accessibility
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... that you can see from the building. After lunch we explored the train station that is 4 stops away from Central London. We had a tiny ice cream in a stale cone that believe it or not, snapped my front tooth. I have an appointment to have it fixed in York on Friday. We met Sue's son Steve, daughter in law Mellie and their 2 year old son Teo. Mellie is amazingly laid back but is actually ...
... to some of the best shops in the city. We spied the best surprise of all-- a “Cheshire Cat” tucked away into a brick section on the wall, adding a bit of whimsy to Chester's ancient past.
Back at the “Ware-House” (aka Catherine & Nigel Ware’s home in Wimbledon), our London headquarters, Andrew scoured the internet for interesting and obscure landmarks and museums allowing ...
... best price as we were the "first" customers of the day, even when it was 2pm in the afternoon!
It was here where i got the best coffee in the UK so far. My half strength latte was perfect!
It is such a bustling town. Great for people watching and there are market stalls everywhere. From Camden we went on a walk along side the canal to watch the canal boats go by. We saw a lot of wild ...
... of parks and trees and a great view from the observatory hill. We wandered around for a bit and investigated the tunnel that goes all the way under the Thames to the other side, but decided not to walk through it because it was a bit far and there didn't seem to be anything interesting over the other side.
We then headed back into town on the train and ended up having to take a detour because some of the tube lines seemed to be having problems. It turned out to be ...
... where your passport is when crossing international borders.
All in all, the journey through France and Spain was pretty uneventful. I arrived in the southern Spanish port of Algeciras in the early evening, two days after leaving England. I showered. I pondered what Africa held in store for me. I slept in a bed for the first time in three nights.
On the ferry the next morning, it seemed we were already running on African time; a ...