Marriott Bexleyheath Hotel
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The annual gathering of the Stewart family, in Crayford and in Bromley. At midsummer, this year. Pics to follow.
He fixed the curtain rail, put up a rail for coat hangers and screwed the baskets, that caused the problems onto the wall, they can come out when we have a shower. We will only use the shower when we do free camping, other wise we use ...
... two, which was very nice of him. When he got back home we put everything left in the studio into Winston and went back up the street to buy another month of credit for our phones, we have been tossing up with what to do about internet, get our own or see how we go, decided to see how we go.
Off we went, and found our new home, we weren't given a site number just told to go and find the one we want, we had a map and we were ...
... This club is also famous for its huge drinks vessels, such as giant clams, ships, the most expensive setting you back £1600. We had our cocktails served in large treasure chests, drinking them through long straws, like animals at a drinking hole in Africa. My thirst was well and truly quenched by the end of the night.
The next morning, Yeatman, Josh and I rendezvoused at Waterloo station to head to a football match. We had always known it would be a struggle ...
... back to the hotel to rest up.
Our hotel is very old and very large and we walk for miles before reaching our room. In goes the key and the door does not open, didn't I just know yesterday that this would happen! Al makes the long walk back to Reception where he speaks to the same people as yesterday and we finally get a key that works, yes we are here for two nights as we told you yesterday.
Tomorrow the journey starts.