Jurys Inn London Croydon
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... so we had a bit of an explore. Wimbledon is really nice! We stopped for a coffee, but I got a ho cho instead. They are amazing here!! Insanely thick and rich with whipped cream on top. Yum!
By now it was time for our second appointment, so we headed to the outskirts of Wimbledon and looked at a teeny-tiny, how-do-you-even-dry-yourself-in-the-bat hroom flat. The bedroom itself is quite large even with a huge desk in ...
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After the pic, we broke out of there! We had a lunch that was "ok" at a Chinese buffet before heading back to our apartment. We rested up for a couple hours in preparation for our big night at the theatre.
... heels with, those other cities aren't even in the same league to watch Romeo and Juliet, Leonardo DiCaprio style. Has to be one of the strangest films I've ever seen, but in some messed up way it works. Maybe it's just Leo that makes this film, watchable? None the less my bed won over Leo and his metaphorical phrases. Crazy to think that we woke in different country this morning, it show that even though the world is big it is still small. I saw quote today and it resonated with ...
It's a funny thing how quickly you adjust to going back to 'normality'! We actually find it a little boring after our time in third world and developing countries. How easy it is to put washing in a machine and push a button, turn on the shower to have instant hot running water, flushing toilets (with toilet paper even!) to drink from a TAP! Heating in houses, warm and cosy at night and not to mention footpaths ;) All these things just come too easy and as ...
... ground floor becomes standing only during the last night of the Proms, and 'the Gods,' which is the highest gallery, is standing room only, so the capacity is potentially quite a bit more. I have stood 'in the Gods' more than once to attend a sold-out concert, and even sung in the distant women's chorus in the final movement of Holst's The Planets from there. The photo that I have included here was taken from the stalls, a steeply sloped set of seating just ...