Mercure London Staines-upon-Thames Hotel
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... take off. Given our late departure and the inevitable impact that this would have on our arrival time in KL, I was a little concerned to determine that our 100 minute transfer time would be slashed to just 40 minutes (assuming that we didn't lose any more time on the way) but Claire told me not to fret and that we would sort it when we get closer to our destination. In retrospect, this was sound advice, especially when the flight before us was going to last at least ...
Big day today! Slept in till about 7:30am and didn't get out of bed till 8 - latest I've been in bed so far :P We headed out to the Ripleys believe it or not museum and saw lots of weird and wacky things. There was also a cool mirror maze and Brad and I completed a secret agent mission where we had to dodge lazers and get money from the vault :P We then wondered ...
... the recently-refurbished Best Western Mornington is possibly the most style-conscious four-star Hyde Park Hotel. Each fully air-conditioned room offers an en-suite bathroom, free Wi-Fi and a flat-screen TV. The hotel contrasts elaborate Victorian architecture with luxurious modern fabrics and colours. The hotel’s thoughtful clash of styles is most apparent in its chic Library Bar, where wood-panelled Victorian walls ...
... even though he was very in demand. He also signed my can too which was nice. So this premiere was amazing!!! The celebrities were amazing and so friendly and the amount of them which attended was incredible! Almost all the main characters were there which was just very lucky! It was a real amazing experience overall!
Marie and I also went to the Christmas market in Southbank, near the London Eye. It was very busy though but we had a good time. We ...
... for this trip I had come across a sight to see in London called Winchester Palace. I thought it sounded cool, and simply wrote those two words into the itinerary. I left no notes, nothing about where it was, but I did star the thing in Google Maps. So, as we headed away from the market we decided to stop by this "palace" on our way to the Tate Modern art gallery. After a little trial and error, taking us by a replica of Sir Francis Drake's Golden Hinde, ...