The Rochford Hotel
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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Room service
- Wheelchair accessibility
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... almost half our height to get through from the bar to the snug - Ian forgets on the way out and...ouch, that HURT!
We are now entering the Pool of London, a three mile stretch consisting of the Lower Pool (here to Tower Bridge) and the Upper Pool (beyond the bridge). Passing Cherry Garden Pier, once a pleasure garden and place where Pepys reputedly went to buy cherries for his wife. There's not much sign of it now. We are directed onto a road then back onto the ...
Hey all! I managed to find my way to Tessa's last night with no problems which was great. Then this morning I caught the tube in with her and met up with a girl from my tour to do some sightseeing. We bought tickets for a hop on/hop off bus and were on our way. This didn't go past the front of Buckingham Palace so we jumped off at this stop to go have a look. It just so happens that we stumbled upon the changing of the guard! ...
... It was good to see Jack but he is so tired after the 8 hour bus trip down and they hadn't had time to stop for lunch so the poor kids, and adults were stuffed. Shame. After the Eye, the kids went home and were going to grab some tea at the local pub, hopefully something decent. We jumped the tube like experts and came back to check in at the hotel, it's nice and right next door to a big Westfield, even has an apple store! Exhausting day, we will sleep very well ...
... size: 12px; line-height: 17.02400016784668px;"> Behind the market lies the mouth of the Pandurucan River. The Pandurucan River, unlike Labangan River, is actually not a river but a lake. A saltwater lake. A tug boat can be used to cross the mouth of the (lake) river for 2 Php from the steps at the back of the market. The market lies between Capt. Cooper Street and Raja Solman St. Captain Lawrence Cooper was a guerrilla leader in the Second World ...
... on the table all safe and sound and remembered we forgot to get a powerboard. Russ put back on his shoes and said "you cook the stew, I'll be back in a minute" but didn't take his waterproof coat, he made it back down to the shops and we got a storm and it bucketed down. Another lesson in England, always take your jacket, Russ got home very soggy and we now own a powerboard and an umbrella. By 4:30 today it was dark, but we are nice and warm and dry with a big ...