Premier Inn Epsom Central Hotel
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Outside Epsom Station Costa at 6:55 this morning. And to think I joked about Roger leaving whilst hanging onto the walls. Just thought I'd pop in - finish up and then go shopping. Savers opens in a couple of hours. You never know. It's ...
Researching the holiday
Possibly my favourite bit because everything runs perfectly at this point. I tend to start with a view of the main areas that I haven't visited before and then gradually narrow it down based on my strongest interests at that time and the highlights that spring up as I research a place.
On this occasion I started with a plan to tour around South America doing the Gap Year that I missed ...
... Denise’s son Jason who we met in 2010 and his girlfriend. The hotel is right on the track and provided an excellent view of the course including a chance to watch some horses being put through their paces. Not forgetting to mention an excellent meal was had and fine cask ales, even if the beer was not as cold as Nathan would have liked.
Today has been another fun and memorable ...
... occurred, both Janee and Alexa walked through the door! Apparently it was super rough trying to get any wifi in Liverpool station but it was so great that we found each other.
Joy cooked a real Thanksgiving meal for the three of us, her sister who was visiting from NYC, and a couple of Joy's other friends she met in London. This was my first ever Thanksgiving away from home, so it was nice that I can still say I've always eaten Turkey, gravy, stuffing, sweet potatoes, green ...
... the balcony. Although the play, Miss Saigon was good, it was too stuffy and hot (no air conditioning) to enjoy. So back to our hotel to call it a night. We will get up in the morning, pack and head to Heathrow for our flight home. We've had an incredible, whirlwind vacation, with many adventures and lots of fun and laughter. As we conclude our summer of travel adventures, we start to think about where to go in 2015. See you ...