Travel Blogs from London
... 50s. Yet we instantly all got on so well together and had a wonderful time together. It is truly wonderful to have the truth as a basis for uniting brothers and sisters together. They thought a lot of Jodie and it made us feel good that she was so highly thought of by so many London brothers and sisters.
We had a night planned for us by Jodie – it’s our last night in London. Tomorrow morning about 5:30 we plan to leave for Heathrow Airport for our flight to Dubai. So ...
... sorting them into like and not so much like. Not much more depth than that but still makes it enjoyable. My favorite was Water Lilies by Monet or anything of outdoors by CÚzanne. Right outside of the National Galley, the London Symphony Orchestra was having a rehearsal for a concert being held later that night. It was really cool to listen to that for a few minutes as well. Then it was off to shop! Emily and Dave are going to the X-men movie premier ...
... trees in the hedges and field-ways. I saw some young cows in a field that flocked away from me both times I passed by as if I might come after them, who were visited by a flock of pheasants proudly picking to their delight.
That afternoon we went to my father’s cousin and his wife’s home and to Proctor’s Farm just near by where they used to live, farm and run a B&B. Now their son and his wife and two young ...
... even though we weren’t able to have a conversation. I got my Mum on FaceTime, and she had a quick chat with everybody as well, and then we went to bed. I revelled in the fact that I had a double bed all to myself in my own private room, as nights of sleeping in hostels and shared dorm rooms were starting to do me in.
After a lovely breakfast and chat the next day, they drove me back to the station and I caught a train into London. ...
So this month has been a bit of a whirlwind. This is not even an understatement!
I worked most days over the last 3 weeks, which was exhausting, but I have next month's rent already and a little spending money, so not having to worry about rent is good. Since 2 weeks of school holidays were approaching it is always good to have enough to tide you over at least while that happens and have rent covered.
But, in massive news ...
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TravelPod Member ReviewsOpulence Hotel London
We mentioned that we are traveling on our honeymoon and they upgraded us to a suite. The desk clerk carried our luggage up the stairs into the Buckingham Suite. The room is a charming mix of tapestries, quaint wall art, a marble floored seating area and fireplace (albeit not a working one) complete with flatscreen TV and in-room wifi (for purchase). The room is a little chilly, but otherwise very comfortable, clean and well located away from the city hustle and bustle but close to the tube and many cute restaurants, pubs and cafes.
This review is the subjective opinion of a TravelPod member and not of TravelPod.com.