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... dedicated Paddington Bear Shop. Liberty was just another level of elegance, the gorgeous wooden building has multiple floors but an empty centre so you can look down from balconies to the bottom on every level. The stairs (that squeak when you walk!) , walls, floors and balconies are made of carved deep brown wood. The centre space was filled ...
... yes, but more importantly for his parents he was hooked on reading. At one point when subsequent books came out, he and Norma would buy two copies, stay up all night, and race to see who could finish the book first, exclaiming throughout the reading, “OH, you’re not going to believe what just happened.” Weird, but true.
With that, and nothing to do with the merits or demerits of the books ...
... on it because the Eye is an observation wheel very similar to the Singapore Flyer, which I rode on 2011. At 135m (443 ft) tall, the London Eye was the tallest observation wheel in the world when it was built in 1999, but it was later surpassed by the Star of Nanchang in 2006, the Singapore Flyer in 2008, and most recently, the Las Vegas High Roller in 2014. Clouds and sun had been fighting for domination in the skies all day, and I kept hoping that the sun would ...
Entering Heathrow airport we felt very welcome and were relieved to be walking and stretching our legs after the long flight. However, our spirits were soon dampened when we did not find any transport waiting to transfer us to the hotel. The response from the hotel, when we phoned them, only added to our annoyance. Having ...
... stress that accompanies travel to an airport (not the least Heathrow) for a dreaded check-in time, we planned ahead and travelled down on the Friday afternoon, staying at the Premier Inn within the airport perimeter (separated only by a 10 min bus ride) and checked in online for both our flights before we left Wolverhampton. We did intend to spend our last night in the UK relaxing in style at the O2 but having spent all of Friday morning cleaning the house ...