Nutfield Priory Hotel & Spa
- Continental Breakfast
- Room service
- Swimming pool
- Business Services
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... I had earlier visited a Tesco and stocked up for breakfast - we have a small kitchenette in our room...and I bought some bubbles...French...yay! Prosecco is okay IF you can't have the real thing...had to buy half bottles though because the fridge is small...I did enjoy my bubbles tonight! (About the same price we'd pay in ...
After saying our goodbyes, we caught the bus to the ferry, our very first outing with the 3 bags...... then the ferry to Portsmouth, where we boarded the coach to London. Slow trip - had to swap buses at Portsmouth Harbour as the wheelchair lift wasn't working, then got caught in traffic in London, but finally arrived at Victoria Coach Station in one ...
... was the place, because I needed meat. Was going to go back to Harrods but it is further and I would have to take the tube, besides I was hungry. Explored around Covent Garden for awhile and listened to the musicians as they played.
Cannot believe that this London trip is over. I really enjoyed myself and kept myself busy with things I wanted to see...and I did. Tomorrow will be my last breakfast with the hotel. I am really glad I booked this hotel. So ...
... last two minutes when I but of magic won us the game and I can tell you that each of the 100 kiwis that we had gone to the game with was in hysterics shouting and screaming when Shaun Johnson touch down for his try, and just as much once he converted it to send us through to the final! Hannah and I stayed to watch the first half of the Aus v Fiji game but it was really one sided and it was lucky that that was the case because we headed off to ...
Today was busy. Up at 5am due to jet lag. Walking the city early in the morning in search of Barclays ATM (UK version of Bank of America). Victoria station in the morning very chaotic. Waves of people speed walking through the station that you have to strategically jump in the flow of walkers and keep up the pace while searching for your tube line. On the tube we go to Tower of London. By the way, ...