Travelodge London Battersea
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If a street crossing has the ability to overwhelm your sense of sight and sound like the shibuya crossing in Tokyo can do, them making a pilgrimage there to witness it is completely understandable. To travel halfway across the world to witness a complete normal crosswalk, one that most people probably have within 50yards of there house is debatable. The latter is exactly what we did. Upon finding the famous Abbey ...
... night. As it turns out, a lot of other people missed the same flight so the next available one wasn't until Monday. Cool.
I would like to give British Airways credit. I've been in similar situations and have been treated far worse, but their customer service was excellent. As you can imagine there were a lot of ****** off people, but I realized that the airline can not control the weather. So we waited patiently. We received our meal and ...
... National Portrait Gallery: This gallery is home to more than 10,000 portraits of some of the most iconic figures in Britain’s history. Here you will find portraits of Henry VIII alongside J K Rowling and a visit here would certainly make for a very entertaining afternoon.
- St Martin-in-the-Fields: This historic church built in 1726 overlooks Trafalgar Square and is the work of well known Scottish architect James ...
What an amazing month in the UK - August sunshine, families, friends and celebrations.
Each day has been memorable, so here's a selection of our highlights:
Henley - sunny pub gardens and tasty tapas with Raj and AdsCoventry and Suffolk - spending lots of quality time with the families and getting to meet/catch up with Biji after a long time, tasty food at Masala Jacks (amazing Fish Masala) with the Tahims and at Hintlesham Hall/The Ram with the ...
... standing there in shorts and a shirt and feeling rather comfortable while both Son and Robert were piling on the clothes! Dad Davidson came out of the tent in jeans, a jumper and a ski coat and was still saying he was cold. We couldn't help but laugh! We reassured him that it was rather warm for London standards and that it would definitely be warmer in Italy!! Sim had bets he would be paying for a hotel the next night just so he could have a heater. We were lucky and didn't have ...