- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Pets allowed
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... we walk back along Brompton Road to the Natural History Museum. We spend a couple of hours looking through the human anatomy section and playing with the interactive exhibits. We pass on the very long line into the dinosaur exhibits (we saw them in NY, we know what they look like plus Tess knows how to use google images).
We catch the tube back to Notting Hill Gate and walk for a while before getting dinner. We head home ...
... died in war.
On our way we walked through Horse Guards Parade. There were ten horses and their guards positioned through the parade area. While we were admiring the horses, one in front of us did a nice big poo! At the end they trotted through the parade ground and left, while a guard shouted a few things and a bugle was played. We weren't quite sure why this occurred, but it was interesting to watch nevertheless.
... named a palace. I thought my camera was full so took no photos here. I later discovered that I had had it on video. We wandered around the gardens for a bit, and watched a game of cricket being played near the house, all very English. It was time once more to climb aboard our bus and drive towards London and our hotel at Heathrow. Down for pre-dinner drinks in the bar followed by our last 3- course dinner together. Simon had met us on arrival at the hotel and told us a bit ...
who you are. You’re sexy, I want to sleep with you, all the time, and
that’s VERY new for me. I got grumpy because it came out so wrong and I
didn’t know what to say to fix it."
Jack comes in soon after and tells me all about Hannah's hot room mates and we go to sleep happy chaps. I can't think of a more perfect day except for if I'd have gotten a hotel room to take Victoria to, to finish the night off in style instead of her having ...
... Ireland for that matter - is people tend to just sit or often stand outside the bar and chat in huge crowds with their friends. In London, men wore amazing suits, so well dressed!