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... words beer is just flat lager. Needless to say I won't be trying the "beer" but I will stick to the "lager".
Hitting the the road again it is an uneventful drive back to Bray, apart from a bit of traffic passing Birmingham and 2 minor hail storms. In fact it is the third hail storm we have experienced in 24 hours. Not big stones but still definitely hail. Oh I almost forgot check out the mobile hair straightening machine I saw in ...
... butter and jams as well. We departed just before 9am and walked the 150 metres to West Brompton Station, where we bought tickets and boarded a train which was hopefully taking us to Victoria Station - it did. After making enquiries, we boarded the 'hoponhopoff' bus of 'Bus Tours' using the red tour to traverse the city. The red tour had a live guide talking to us about everything. We were lucky as our bus had the front ...
... ways here, but Clint decided in Gijon that we would take it to London and return it at Heathrow on the day we are leaving. It was proving difficult and expensive to hire a car that could accommodate us in London. It is much cheaper to extend our lease on the trusty Renault.
It took some time, but it has found a place in all of our hearts and will be remembered fondly.
Oh if it's walls could talk!!
It was brand new and sparkling when we took ...
Osterley Tube station is one of the underground stations of West London which lands on the Heathrow branch of the famous Piccadilly line, if you are travelling from any part of the world and landing at Heathrow Airport, you can choose to stay in one of the hotels close to this station as then you can stay close to the Heathrow Airport as well as to the city as it provides a perfect connectivity to the entire city. Whatever be your purpose of visiting ...
... with Wicked. We found a place right across from the train station called The Shakespeare and had a "traditional" lunch that included English breakfast tea, hot chocolate, soft drinks, fish and chips and bangers and mash. Then it was time to go into the Apollo Theatre and wait to see Wicked. We were the fist people to buy our souveniers. After half an hour we were allowed to take our seats. The show was amazing! We are now back in our apartment awaiting our pizza.
Miki Da ...