Monkey Island Hotel
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- Free High-Speed Internet
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- Free parking
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... and 33 Fitzmary Ave. Started doing laundry and getting unpacked. The laundry always seems like a monster task, but thats because it and us are often smelly. It wasn't that much in reality, but it was good to get it out into the fresh air to dry, and then it was the turn of the tent, bags, and jackets over the following day or so.
Have also taking the opportunity to move funds around to get rid of foreign currency and get GBP into Lloyds to cover freight and stuff.
On Friday we arrived in London, a place we have both been to before thus we planned to do only a few touristy things. We had a good dinner and went out for a few drinks. Saturday after a nice sleep in we went to the Tate Modern, a modern art museum, and explored the town a little. Saturday night Rob started to feel unwell, subsequently ...
... must have measured all of 5'2 in his Cuban heels. The bed was tiny, the room was tiny, the shower was the smallest I've ever seen but the room was clean and functional. Heading out into the nice Nice evening, we strolled through the grubby back-streets, along the grubby Promenade les Anglais to the grubby Flower Market for some food. We both clearly forgot to take off the "we're English, please assume we have more money than sense" signs form around our necks and took a table ...
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A quiz followed this and then beer pong. I was now getting distinctly bored but it was almost four, so I'd have to find something else for three hours to fill until the show later. Thankfully Lucie came to my rescue. I had thought she had gone but hadn't seen her leave, but she had been out shopping and returned for another drink at the bar, bring me a card and gift to be opened tomorrow for ...