Premier Inn London Elstree / Borehamwood
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... much more impressive than the London Bridge. We walked along the Thames and the walkways were salted and a very thin layer of icy frost. The South Bank was very much the 'modern' London and the buildings reminded me of Sydney. We just took our time walking along the boardwalk in the direction of the dungeons and Shakespeare globe. We walked through a food market which had the most amazing aromas coming from it. I did all of the ...
... they lasted the years under the ocean. It was fascinating to think that someone walked in these shoes 500 years ago. After the Mary Rose we had a bit more of a walk around the dockyard and then walked to the nearby outlet shops. Here was where we came to the conclusion that shopping was better in France. Cheaper and more choice. Let's see how Italy fares. We caught the train back to ...
... on multiple levels. First they put us in the basement, but then for some unknown reason, they moved us up a floor. As with most Chinese restaurants, there were plenty of political pictures on the wall, and these ones were really cool. Fiona had Pig Ear Salad... I wasn't feeling that adventurous, and went for a hot beef dish (which was supposed to be very hot, but wasn't really.. But very flavoursome!) The Tsing Tao beer has given me a bit of ...
... to finish at the Walrus backpackers pub whilst the other team settled into a pub across the road.
It was all down hill from here. We waited ages, more and more groups turned up at each pub, and it became more and more farsical.
Eventually, Clare came and got us all, and in a group of 20-30 we walked back up Lower Marsh with some still pretending stealth ( I couldn't because I was laughing too much). ...
... was a whole day tour, and by the end of it I was very hungry, I decided to stop in at a place called Mother Mash. They had nice food, welcoming staff and were quite cheap, which would be perfect for students who are on a budget.
After dinner, I headed back to the hotel and it was time for bed for me, after a very informative day.