Premier Inn Maidstone - A26/ Wateringbury
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... to check in, I took the opportunity to see if there was anything of interest about the place. Consulting with Google and my London Pass, Westminster Abbey and Big Ben was my destination of choice.
Sparing you the details of the walk, I arrived at what I thought was Westminster Abbey but found out, was actually Westminster Chapel, Westminster Abbey's little sister.....now please don't think that when I say little that it is literally little, Westminster Chapel ...
... the cafe here. Like a Melbourne latte, but weak. There are no toilets available, but we get some coins! There is a queue for cheap tickets, but we think we are too jet-lagged for the theatre tonight. We cross Waterloo Bridge, and walk the length of The Strand, and Fleet St. It is a beautiful day and London is full of vitality. We pass beautiful old buildings - the Law Courts, St Paul's, The Temple and Guild Churches. We stop for a coffee at Starbucks. The coffee ...
Video Girl woke this morning after a lovely nights sleep.
It was so good every night, going to bed with the curtains open looking up at the stars, hearing the waves and feeling the gentle roll of the ship.
She was was going to miss it.
She had a lovely breakfast speaking to a British couple (2 hours).
She had a ...
So I'd been wondering if this blog of our 2007 travels still existed and if we could just start it up again for the the new trip... We've got itchy feet, we've got tired of London, we've got (well, nearly got) a camper van and we've started feverishly planning a ...
... had both had enough and headed home.
The kids had a short nap and then we went to see Charlie and the Chocolate Factory the Musical. And boy was it good!! We all thoroughly enjoyed it and were on the edge of our seats! What I did love was that it wasn't exactly the same as the movie- it had different songs and Charlie had a Mum and a Dad. We were very glad we saw it.