Travelodge London Battersea
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... interested and put off at the same time. The funds raised are used for charitable purposes towards younger people, so it was a marketing gimmick with a reason. What they do is take good stuff like jellies (jam), lemon curd, fudge, etc, and re-brand it as only kids would. So, you can buy Brain Jam, Man's Thickest Snot and Cubed Earwax. The labelling continues along the same theme, with warnings about hair particles being contained (if you're really fortunate). ...
... visited the Westminster Abbey for Christmas Eve Eucharist, which was a great experience and still one of the highlights of the trip so far.
This time around though we had slightly different plans in mind. We arrived at the Royal Albert Hall just in time for our scheduled tour which turned out to be a personal (ie. just us and the tour guide) affair. The guide was super knowledgeable, super British, and super friendly. He gave us an hour long tour that went ...
... so we went there for the rest of the afternoon and it was fantastic! I got some great pictures! The best bit was the Cast Court, so good!
So we just wandered around Chelsea and Kensington for a while which was lovely the streets are leafy, pretty and littered with very very expensive cars! Patty is enjoying it very much.
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... end the housekeeping manager offered us a complimentary coffee because we had been kept waiting. After another half an hour, our room was ready and we were very thankful to crash for a few hours.
We got up and headed out for dinner only to discover that it was raining. We managed to find a really cute, quaint Italian restaurant were we enjoyed a meal together before heading back to our hotel for the night. ...
... the hotel for a while and watched the world go by. Its still a foreign concept to me that a. you can buy very cheap beer at the corner store, and b. you can pretty much drink anywhere but the tube. I am still getting used to seeing people walking down the street knocking back a beer or cider whilst window shopping.
We finished our beers and went inside to get ready to head out. We had arranged to meet a mixture of Benny's mates and my mates based in ...