The Langley Hotel
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... exact opposite direction AGAIN. So I wandered the streets of London for 2 hours when I started to get a little peckish so I decided to grab some lunch - only to realise I have forgotten every single PIN number to my travel cards ultimately making me penniless!! Finally after many hours of travelling, the next two years can begin, and what better way than sitting down and relaxing with some chips and hot chocolate. Until next time ...
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... a trip at all.bibdonthink it's about time for the Tardis to be introduced as a means of time travel, Doctor Who can share it or franchise it I'm sure. We arrived in London at 8.30 on Sunday morning, an hour later than scheduled and joined the throngs in immigration. It was fine getting through as they were well staffed and organised. The only problem was that the bus I had booked to take us to Bristol left at ...
... battle and the people who participated in them. What got us was the number of battles that happened in obscure places around the globe. The stories of individuals were very heartrending. Not the least was that of Edith Cavell a British nurse working in German occupied Belgium. She helped a number of Allied soldiers escape, was caught and shot by firing squad on 12 October 1915. Apparently there was a ...
... was cool- it did look a bit like the TV programme. Was easier to find our way around but still overwhelming. Good thing is if you spend more then 50 pounds in one shop you can claim back the Vat (gst tax) when you leave the country. So that's 20% back. There were lots if sales on so we got a few bargains. After all this & very sore arms we met up with my brother & his wife for some drinks at a nearby bar. Off to Venice together tomorrow! Goodbye London, wish I was here ...