Travelodge Basildon Wickford Hotel
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Stuffing the last few things in each of our bags.... We were ready to go, and ready for our last breakfast in Maderia, at the Reid's Palace. As we have come to expect, the buffet shown its best for us yet one more time. The mangos on this island are superb. Each of us have filled our plates every morning for the last week, and still can seem to get enough of this wonder fruit. Yesterday morning Marina her plate was piled to the point of overflowing, and when ...
... fantastic waffles smothered in chocolate. Fast forward 22 years, the waffles were shithouse but the view was still pretty memorable.
We climbed atop the Eifel Tower to check out the view. Being recently engaged we wondered if we would see any proposals that day. One brave youngster took the plunge and came up a winner.
... It was a shame we had to say goodbye since it seemed to go by so quickly. Still, its a good incentive for me to get a bit better on facebook and skype.
We're back in our hotel room in London now, ready for more adventures tomorrow. Probably heading to Oxford and Regent street. Though Nat is worried they're going to be expensive based on the fact they're on the expensive set on monopoly!!
... extra ticket they weren't able to use. Had a great night out, and made my way back to the hostel in the early morning pretty easily.
The next morning (July 11) I joined a tour around the Westminster area of town, seeing all the Royal sights and places. I joined another girl from the tour group to look around old London afterwards, checking out London Tower and Tower ...
... church which is a patron church for theatre people, actors, dancers and other performers. A woman was playing beautifully on a grand piano so we stayed and rested and listened for a few minutes. We strolled and went in and out of shops then found a great Italian restaurant for dinner. Delicious meaty olives and fresh asparagus with pancetta and a fried egg for starters, then a fresh spaghetti with lots of red wine. I managed to foolishly spill my glass of wine all over myself and ...