Marriott Executive Apartments London, West India Quay
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... other Americans who've had similar experiences. Rather than resenting how long it takes, I've been using laundry day as a time to rest my feet, which are taking a beating from all the walking I do here.
Another appliance that surprised me is the English stove. Not only are they generally smaller than in the U.S., but many have fans that run when the stove is on. Apparently ovens with fans cook faster, ...
... concourse just four years later. All morning Boo was asking if we were going to get a "Paddington" train, initially I kept telling her we were heading to St Pancras not Paddington. "No daddy, with the table" ahh, the four seats facing each other with a table in the middle, like in the movie Paddington - well we did.
Our trip was event free, though yesterday we heard there were riots and line blockages that kept people baking ...
- My 70th birthday. WOW....... how did that happen. Clean healthy living isn't the cause in my case, so I am puzzled, but happy. T'was great to Skype to you all this morning and thank you for your birthday bonkers. Looking forward to celebrating all the June birthdays with you in person real soon. Today, the weather is lovely min 16, max 26 and sunny.
- went to Museum of London. The museum covers medieval London going way, way back through the ...
... of the ships. After that we went for a walk in the botanical gardens behind the museum and lay in the sun. Next we walked down to the Greenwich village shops and wharf where we saw the great big sailing ship the Cutty Sark. It was realy amazing to see the big trading ship with all the sails. The village was super old and had lots of pretty shops. By then we were pretty tired so we went back to Nanna B's. See you later! Grace
... back (but unfortunetly a drama with the bill service charge optional or not up for debate, food and drink to settle individually and centrally) but it all came out in the wash!! Back on the train armed with my balloon which if course created a talking point and we managed to attract some old actor from eastenders! A taxi and I am home.
A few of the work friends couldn’t make it to the hen do so Stacey said ...