Ibis London Wembley
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- Drycleaning onsite
- Non-smoking rooms
- Wireless internet connection in room (free)
- Breakfast Available
- Free High-Speed Internet
- High-speed internet in room
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... was having rather warm day at 13 degrees, rather disappointed. We bought our Heathrow Express ticket, listened like year 9 do to the information from the personable ticket seller and headed off.
We pressed the wrong floor in the elevator so spent time going up and down between the wrong floors, finally finding the right floor, spilled out and in a heady rush of excitement forged confidently towards the sound of a tube. The train pulled in, declaring all along the side ...
... minutes or less. Leaving the men heaving for breath at the enormous exertion. And this is where the expression ‘limber up’ in exercising comes from. Lifting and stretching and preparing for the exercise. Just thought you’d like to know that useful bit of trivia.
Now this will definitely be the last blog before Christmas, so can Dyana & I wish you a very Happy Christmas and Healthy and prosperous New Year to you and all your Family.
... had a traditional full English breakfast at the airport the next day, and even though it was meat-heavy, that was pretty tasty too!
Overall, my impression of London was more than positive. I fell in love with the public transport system. We always whine in LA how the city is too big for an effective public transit system, and London blew that argument right out of the water. London is not as large as LA but is not small by any stretch of the ...
... 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 ...
... 8217;s so simple to complain. It’s so easy to think, "Ugh, life couldn’t get worse than this for me." I’m so quick to forget about my first week in Bratislava when I was so sick. I lost seventeen pounds (that’s about eight kilos for my Europeans), my hair was thinning, and day-to-day life was miserable because of how weak I was getting. I also forget how quickly God turned my life 180 degrees ...