Travelodge Beaconsfield Central
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... and then she would start doing this weird leg hop because she said that makes it better. It was so bloody funny I couldn't stop laughing she's so cute. We ran the last like 3 blocks home but safely made it with no mishaps.
That's about the only exciting thing that happened today. I'm currently reading "If I Stay" and it's really good so I'm going to read a bit of that before bed.
... at all to meet people, you basically just have to sit down and within 5 minutes someone will have started talking to you. Everyday we seemed to find something to do, whether it was a historical tour, a visit to the Guinness store house, or a literary pub crawl. Also in the Temple Bar area, there are so many pubs that play live music 7 days a week. I was happy to discover that this city is also extremely busker-friendly, I spoke to a couple of them. ...
... to the Apartment and as it was an apartment with a self contained kitchen we brought some fruit, bread and butter to have with the Marmite that Luke had brought with him, for breakfast.
The apartment had two bedrooms with queen beds in each so R&L were going to have to share - we were expecting to find one on the couch in the morning!
After a long day we were soon asleep.
... for them while I wait, and eventually they sneak back over to the car to get a look at the murungu, the white person. I open the door and give them each a candy. I don’t have any left and I worry that soon an entire village of kids will show up for candy, but that’s about the time Philip locates the right fuse and replaces it. The car starts without difficulty, and he pulls some shillings out of his wallet to give to the guys ...
This morning in light rain we walked a few blocks over to Curtain Road, looking for number 71 where my ggg grandfather lived in 1851. This area of Shoreditch has changed greatly since then and the original building is no longer there. I left my details to be passed on to someone who might know something. This is the same relative who started married life in Mayfair. Ended up in slummy ...