Premier Inn London Putney Bridge
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Convenient, with an army of baby beds and a considerate staff. Great value and comfortable stay!
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... should head back. The plan was to catch up with Kieran and Brett later that day when they arrived back from Cardiff. We took the tube back instead of the bus but they pretty much took the same amount of time. When we got back Maria fell asleep and by the time we needed to set off David went and Maria decided to stay home.
David had a good catch up with his mates and Maria slept and watched ...
... through Russell Park over to the British Museum. It was huge!! You would need hours to see everything, they have so much history there. And I realised halfway through that's where they shot some scenes from whatever the latest Night at the Museum movie was.
Started feeling a little tired after that, perhaps the jet lag got me a bit more than I thought, so I came back to the hotel to relax for a while before I go to the meet-up for my contiki ...
... beautiful cove and sunset! Saturday July 25 - we awoke to a fine and at times sunny day and enjoyed a full Cornish breakfast . Backtracking up the coast we went to the National Trust harbour at Boscastle, a tiny inlet on the coast, surrounded by dramatic cliffs. We left the tourist shops and walked up the steep cliff to the coastguard lookout building with is magnificent views of the coastline as far as Bude. Then back across the fields, stopping to pat some of the wild grazing ...
... followed by a ginormous helping of chicken with mash and beans, then creme broulee. Very nice. Back on the bus for an evening tour of the city, place de concord, along the seine, through the louvre and finally to the Eiffel Tour to watch the light show at 10pm. Magical. Then back on the bus for the final time of the day and here we are. A long, tiring but incredibly interesting start to our tour. Still pinching myself. All still seems most ...
... amount of money that they do in a period of just about two weeks. Wimbledon is known for its history and tradition but Wimbledon is not very old at all, the oldest building on the grounds was built in 1922. Wimbledon is prestigious and the most world wide name in all of sports. Anybody who watches television would instantly recognize Wimbledon from the all white uniforms players wear, ...