Premier Inn Cobham
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- Meeting rooms/conference facilities
- Breakfast Available
- Wireless internet connection in room (free)
- Reduced mobility rooms
- Non-smoking hotel
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... people along the way but it is always feels good to be home.
In our 3 trips(hence the 1, 2, 3 of the title) to NZ we have spent a total of 237 days and covered a total of 15,386 kilometers (9605 miles) .
We now prepare for our next adventure to ----- >>> watch this space.
Thank you all for travelling with us and hope you are enjoying it.
... and a tour of how it all works, very interesting for Brodes. Marni enjoyed jumping down all the stairs and running across the glass floor.
What a long day! We had a very cold trip home on the open bus tour and went straight to dinner at Bill Wyman's Sticky Fingers restaurant and met up with Aunty Anne (Matt's aunty, Roz’s sister). Lucky it was close to home, the kids were exhausted.
I ended had a play date with Rebecca before returning home to Finnish packing up.
It was very odd when we finally posted the key through the letter box of the flat never to return.
I am taking a leprechaun round the world with me and i will take photos of him as much as I can.
... we went back to the barge to get the party going. What could be better/more British than an afternoon PIM’S on a rooftop in London! Ah man, life is good! And the night goes on.
The great British summer….that was yesterday. Back to reality, it is Sunday morning, you are hangover, and it is raining. We had some luck and the rain stopped allowing Josie and I to rent some bike for a London tour while Tom was working. I had never ...
... about 9 different buildings spread out across a huge area, and we had a sandwich and drink at their cafe 'Meantime' (Greenwich Mean Time) to try to work it out. We looked through the Painted Hall and the Chapel and Kevin checked out the Nelson exhibit. He hadn't realised until this visit how much the English hated the French. Even in St Paul's Cathedral there were monuments to soldiers and commanders who defeated the French ...