Ifield Court Hotel
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We are practically locals now. We can go on the underground, overground and national rail line and manage to reach our destination with minimal fuss, with train interchanges. The rail system here is just amazing and we haven't had to wait anymore than 8 mins for a train. The only tip I have for future London visitors is always stick to the right when in the underground and left for the overground. Rules; it allows those who think they ...
The holiday weather is not too promising. As the rain clouds sweep over the A1, I remember my dad. After shell shock invalided him out of the army in 1944, he was told to get married, have a family and go on holidays. So it became like an obligation on us all to set off in the firm's car every bank holiday and school breaks. On days as bleak as today, my dad would confidently look ...
... time Ian and I went on a holiday together was in Ibiza 2003 I didn't think that he would ever want to go on another holiday with me mainly because I ended up in hospital on the 3rd night with alcohol poisoning (not from over indulgence but the cheapy voddie from the bars) and still managed to party on the rest of the holiday against the best wishes of my doctor and also Ian ;)
So our trip is to the USA going to some of ...
... interesting as the station I went in on was closed due to being too small. Walked past the closest station and ended up going a ways down to the next one we could find. A Canadian guy ended up in the same boat so we talked as we walked a couple miles. Finally got to a station we could use and went our separate ways. Made friends with a family from Malta and helped them find the right train. Finally got home and crashed. Will explore London Thursday with the other ...
... and across the Millennium Bridge and then onto Wellington Arch.
Wellington Arch was a monument in the middle of a round-about near Hyde Park about the destruction of historic buildings in London.
In the afternoon, we headed to the Royal Vauxhall Tavern. We heard good things about this place and although it cost 16 pounds to get in, it was well worth it. If we are ever back in London on a Sunday night, we would definitely come back here.