Premier Inn London Docklands - Excel
Travel Blogs from London
... walk in the rain to it. It's the Duke of Marlborough. We find a good spot and then Garry has fun organising everyone's meals. Apparently "mash" is off so instead it will be bangers and chips. Everything comes with chips. Our group is Terry and Ruth, Judi and Kelvin, Karen and Mark, Aloma and Kay. We see another big group arrive and as we're leaving we discover they're Aussies and like us couldn't get into the Three ...
... under the influence of crystal meth on the subway. At first I didn’t believe him, but then he showed us pictures and all doubts were removed from the situation. His face looks normal now though so that’s definitely a good thing. We also met an alcoholic Australian softball player who was a pretty swell lady. Jess and I passed out immediately once we were back at the hostel.
This was the day of sightseeing and touristy ...
... was quite chaotic and no-one who we asked had any idea where the ticket booth was. Eventually Cindy found someone who told her it was on the other side of the palace, so we headed over there, through the crowds and eventually found it. We got into the palace, through the airport style security and had a great time going through the state rooms, listening to the audio commentary. The difficulty however, was trying to keep the whole family together. We managed to ...
... br> Trying new foods, I liked Nikki's dessert especially!
Staying at Katie's Mum's old house
Katarina: The scrumptious donuts in Paris, they looked yummy and tasted even ...
... hotel, Kensington Close. I was never so happy to be arriving at a new hotel. Why I didn’t just stay here the two
earlier days, I just don’t know.
Count it as a lesson learned.
The new place was a far cry from the place I had been calling home for
the last two days. This place had
a uniformed door attendant, and I made my way to the front desk. Unfortunately, I was too early to do
so, but I had expected this, so it wasn’t a ...