Nutfield Priory Hotel and Spa
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... or there was Mickey D’s. We took Mickeys and ate the chips as we walked to the hotel, before getting and devouring the burgers and salad. We were both so hungry and so Leesh whipped up a few hot chocolates and we drank them before deciding to call it a night. Such a big long day and an awesome experience ticking off a Rugby world cup match to our sport resume. It was awesome despite the average atmosphere and just reminded me that real football has the best supporters. ...
The 3.30am wake up call was a killer. We spent the first 5 minutes moaning and bumping into each other. However we were at the reception room at 3.50 for our 4.00 pickup which arrived around 4.15. The minibus took us to the main bus depot where we were transferred to coach bus. Not much conversation was had with the other passengers who looked equally shell shocked.
At Keflavik airport by 5.20 where we were greeted by thousands of other passengers. I thought there would ...
... br> After our eye experience we caught the tube into Oxford St and had a nosey round the shops. Even managed a short jaunt into Selfridges which is nothing like I remember it. Had a very overpriced steak lunch at around 3pm - very average. The British don't really do food well.
Today has been the hottest in 130 years - it officially reached 35.7° but felt much warmer. Probably due to the fact that the British ...
... I don't know how many views of Big Ben would tire you out, but here is yet another.
One of the weirdest sights was a restaurant called the Slug and Lettuce. I wished we had time to get off and explore what food they served there!
After the river ride, we got back on the bus and set out for Selfridges. This was a mandatory destination because of the PBS show, Mr. ...
... No. But coming out of the station we'd seen a sign for Hogarth's House, with an English Heritage symbol next to it. (We joined English Heritage in Canterbury - 44 pounds per person, free or discounted entry to 400 places around the country; it paid for itself within a couple of weeks.) So change of plan, stuff Kew Gardens, we're going to see Hogarth's House. We walked down a lovely suburban street, at the end of which was a statue of Hogarth (who was a Georgian cartoonist/sketch ...