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Gerryandbarbara stayed here on Nov 4, 2014 during their trip titled: Gerryandbarbara's Great Adventure.
... Cousin Louise had her heart in the right place but she really had no idea where this pub was, nor did Cousin Rebecca.... sh#t. I don't mean to give them a hard time but if you walk the length of Baker Street you will know how bloody far if is. When Cousins Louise and Rebecca realised they had led us up the garden path they both had red faces. Lucky for them we only had to cross the road to the underground. When we got off the underground at ...
... Arrived in London to a mix-up with the hotel booking which was sorted out by the lovely Adriana. Today we went shopping I the morning - I just had to go to Marks and Spencer for some new tops, but all they have in now is their winter range, which is no good for the predicted heat wave coming later in the week. We then took an afternoon cruise down the Thames to ...
Woke up sick as ever, having still not found any cold an flu tablets I was still smiling cause we were checking out!! Andy had book a hotel not far, in a much nicer suburb- Chelsea J we were happy and ready to get back to enjoying London! Quick change after settling in to our room we had our map and keen to see the sights. First stop was to visit Hyde Park. Walking through we followed the Princess Dianna memorial walk and viewed the beautiful gardens. While walking around the ...
... lodgings. Betsy and I are the Cornerways B&B by ourselves. We strolled around town, visiting a 13th century church, and a number of other old buildings. The town is located along a divided High Street, is quite quaint but looking very prosperous. We meet up for drinks at the Eight Bells, a historic pub near the church. Everyone in town recommended it as the place to eat dinner also, so we made reservations for later. After a beer, several of us meet Andrew Guppy, the person ...