Legacy Farnham Hog'S Back Hotel
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- Drycleaning onsite
- Meeting rooms/conference facilities
- Swimming pool
- Wireless internet connection in room (free)
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... hot and I did struggle to stay awake at one point which was not ideal. After the show we stayed in town for a quiet drink then onto the tube and back to Tooting Broadway. Hats & Elly went home while Mike & I went to the Castle pub in Tooting for a couple of pints. We then did the obligatory visit to a kebab shop for a later night kebab and then off home and into bed by 2.00am. Tomorrow is our last day in ...
To our surprise on Wednesday morning the sky was blue, that meant today was another outdoors activity, Hampstead Heath and Kenwood House here we come. Hampstead Heath is about 7 km North of London and is a wonderful recreational ground for fine walks, on the other side of the Heath can be found Kenwood House which is a 17th century mansion and is now owned by a local heritage foundation for the people. The house is choc-a-block of portraits of the time with the odd Rembrandt thrown ...
Left hotel at 630 for terminal 4 and checked in our baggage that would go all the way thru to London. Arrived safely in Barcelona with plenty of time to exit the european customs and travelled on to London. Arrived in London and luckily the customs line here was fantastic as well and we got thru really quickly. Went down to get our luggage and waited and waited and waited (massive massive eyes) ...
It took an entire day to clean today! We hadn't realised how much stuff we had Some people love living out of suitcases- I am not one of them. I hate it. And for the next two and a half months, it will just be us and our packs. At least they have wheels! Nic and I are both a little sad to leave, but excited for the big trip too! We caught the bus from Victoria station, and drove ...
... I made my way slowly through the crowds, all the way down to oxford circus and then down regent street to end up at Piccadilly Circus - and despite a few changes to the billboards and some shops, everything looks remarkably similar. I followed old instincts and wandered to Trafalgar Square, and the down the Mall to ol' Bucks, and then made my way to Westminster Abbey. I hadn't actually been back to the abbey since my very first day in London nearly 9 years ago, in 2006 (does that ...