Premier Inn Croydon West
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... s what it felt like anyway!) to get the train/s out to Croydon. We looked at the map, and had to get the tube to Monument station, change lines and get to London Bridge, and then change to the Overground line to get to Croydon East. Our hearts sank, that was going to be a LOT of stairs!! When we arrived though, both Monument and London Bridge had elevators, and Croydon station had a ramp! Jackpot!!
Not a huge fan of Croydon, seems to be a pretty ...
... since we left the theatre.
We picked up a quick bite of food in the train station across the street and headed back to our apartment singing all the way. What a perfect end to the day. Tomorrow we explore more of London!
... flies by far to quickly. So what was left of the day was spent spent packing, tip toeing around the elephant in the room and trying to not let on that we were both on the verge of crying. Tomorrow is the big D day. The dreaded day has come far too quickly. Lunch was eaten in silence, not the light kind of silence we normally have. But a heavy, almost crushing blanket of silence hung over us. This day, the one we have both been pushing out of our minds from the first day we met, ...
... The wind chill factor was defiantly less than zero on the coast. Unfortunately after thinking how so very fortunate we all were to travel all through South East Asia and India and for non of us to contract food poisoning or any other nasties...boom...I jinxed myself. I can't remember ever feeling so ill for so long. A 6 or 12hr tummy bug, no problem but this went on for about 5 days. Lethargic, loss of appetite, just plain ****! I came right just as ...
... delicious birthday lunch with my violinist friend Cyndy at an excellent fish restaurant in Covent Garden. All of the seafood is flown down daily from Scotland. Yummmm. Covent Garden is quite the place now. It has changed dramatically from the days of My Fair Lady. It is full of very posh shops and exquisite restaurants.
Right now the mundane parts of our stay are staring us in the face - cleaning, laundry, rubbish - boring. The Library calls. . . . . . . . .