Perch and Pike
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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Free parking
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... spent her pocket money for the next millennium at least. The big shops over here have someone filled to the gills on eccies or what ever with the doof doof music going at about a ******* gazillion decibels. I started to get the ***** with it and waited outside and thought to myself, self you have hit the wall old son. Bugger all sleep since 0500 Perth time yesterday and the others are looking a bit worse for wear and in need of a good feed and a nice long ...
... and then out through customs. Longest queue through Border Control I ever recall having actually. But, things didn't pick up from there. Once we arrived at Hertz to get our car. It wasn't ready because it'd arrived back late. We were told 20 minutes...an hour later we finally got our lovely red Camaro SS Convertible. At which point it was 5pm and we were well and truly into peak hour traffic on a Friday in LA. Once we got loaded and got driving we didn't arrive at ...
I was so hoping to see my very long time friend Fleur today, but things conspired against us. With a day to fill we decided to pay a visit to Hampton Court Palace and Gardens. With no car, we had to tackle the bus system. Cashless buses! This means you can no longer get on a bus and ask the driver for a ticket and pay with money. Only started 6th July so many people still getting the hang of it. You buy an Oyster card, which requires a ...
Arrived at Heathrow early, nice clear day no fog so there should not be any delays. All checked in, just waiting for the departure gate details not long now. Nice clear day so there should not be any hold ups the planes look extremely big. 10.48am waiting at gate to board 11.50 on plane waiting to depart good choice of movies Dallas Buyers Club, Book Thief, think James would recommend the first ...
... like Monet, Renoir, Manet and Van Gogh. There is so much to see in all the museums and you always feel like you are only scratching the surface. Then off to the Museum of the Armory to see the tomb of Napolian. We end the day at the Arch de Triomphe, which Napoleon had commissioned in 1806 to celebrate the victories of the Great Army. I climb the 280 steps to the top to get a birds eye view of the Champs Elyesee. Day 4 takes us first thing in the morning to the largest museum in ...