Mercure London Staines-upon-Thames Hotel
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So Ethel is ready and waiting. We've booked a ferry for 25th April and made plans to stay in Amsterdam for the first three nights of our adventure. We still have a house full of furniture and books and heads full of questions about what to take, where to go and how much to plan.
In the last few weeks we have taken at least three large houses worth of stuff to various local charity shops and whilst it feels like there is still tons of junk to go, we're getting there. And ...
... Grandpa, Marni and I were all watching from the front. Brody flew through and popped out in no time. However, on the flip side, Matt couldn't work the mirrored maze out and eventually the attendant went in and got him. Whilst we all found it very amusing, Marni was starting to get a little bit frustrated as it was her turn to go on the carousel!!!
The day was capped off with a trip to Hamley's (I suspect it won't ...
... very vibrant parts of London! See pix below. I came home to hang out with my roommates and now I am writing this. I am beginning to feel more like a regular of the city and at-home in my apartment. I will be planning a lot of trips for myself soon so that I can get the experience while here. Lori will be coming to visit me in about a month :) so I will save some touristy things to do with her. Well, that's all for now. Check out my pix ...
... London if you haven't I highly recommend to. The Tower of London is like Spookers Auckland NZ but in London.
I think The London Eye was great. Because you got to see most of London its a little bit like the Sky tower in Auckland NZ. But it moves around, I got some good photos of the view which was great. But I was more amused by the way it moved around.
WOW what a day. We started on foot from tower bridge towards the city, past monument Hill, into St Paul's, then Trafalgar square brief spot of shopping in fleet street whilst Dave spent considerable time sorting out a new data card. this allowed me enough time to buy Sam a pair of new shoes and a chance to wander through Covent garden and twinning tea shop.
The boys then talked us into seeing the rest ...