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- Continental Breakfast
- Room service
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Free parking
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... he hated it! Poor Dad! It was at this point I remember our first day, how excited he was at the prospect of taking his sons to Europe. I wonder if that realisation of a month with us has sunk in yet? We got back to the hotel, got ourselves ready for the night, and headed back to the sports bar from last night. Luckily we were there early enough tonight to secure a table, which meant we could have some tea. It also meant we would be there longer than last night, and ...
A walk around the block before breakfast was a great way to stretch the legs and get them ready for the big day of exploring. Breakfast was toast, bacon, eggs and a drink. Not very exciting, in fact quite boring but it filled the spot. Then we were off to explore. We were to meet Josh at 10:30 at the changing of the guard and so we headed out. I had my map of things to do and the nearest item was Harrods. Caught the bus there and walked up to the front door. I pushed ...
... name that did not quite match her passport. She had contacted Jet Abroad and they had said it was no problem, just a $100 fee to change the name on a booking and could they charge her card? She had said yes, they had followed up asking for a copy of her passport, she had provided it, they said they'd take care if it. Now this process took a few days because of timezone differences and that Jet Abroad were slow to reply to emails. As Jess' flight loomed she emailed them asking what ...
... by contemplating negative thoughts) can and will occur in your lifetime. Slowly and gradually we had figured out how you can manifest without the need of funds. Physical things began to fill into our lives. Whatevertool and wood, or garden supply item we wanted showed up free in just a few days. We sensed magical and fortunate. When we needed food class buckets we ceased by McDonald's home door and they just took place ...
... realising the error of our ways we jumped back on the tube and headed towards St Johns Wood. After a short walk, we were at Abbey Road studios and the zebra crossing. Safe to say, I actually got a bit emotional as this was part of my pilgrimage to the mighty Beatles and Pink Floyd, who I love and both bands have shaped my love of music and who I am.
We took the obligatory photos of us crossing the zebra crossing, much to the continued frustration of ...