Premier Inn Harlow
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... for a Bus) tour of London the today. However, in my infinite wisdom I planned it to begin at 8 am. To make matters worse we had to be picked up at 740 am at the Ritz a few blocks away. Which meant the girls had to be up by 6 am. Not good. Which also meant I had to muster the enthusiasm for the lot of us to at least keep the mood spry. That last until about 815am when I lost my cool at the Victoria Bus station (where over 60 tours and 70 busses congregated under one roof) with a ...
... right at Kensington Gardens and over here, you will be able to find yourself a significant spot which has been featured is one of the many Peter Pan stories.
It is all about how well you plan your trip and by means of making sure of staying at one of the hotels near Westbourne Terrace, you can surely go ahead and make our many towards finding several more adventurous as well as child friendly spots. ...
... looking inside to find the item he sticks both hands in like he is playing some sort of 'guess what is in the bag game' and proceeds to squeeze, shake and move every item in the bag around until he identifies the one he needs.
Well with my baby's bare bottom exposed to the chilly London air I may have used an unpleasant tone and had my scary face on when I asked him not to rummage in my bag that way. He huffed back to his seat all ...
... Garden to see the shops and artisan works, and then a stroll back to Bloomsbury/Russell Park for what we had been waiting for all day - Indian food! (and a beer for me!). We found a tinny little authentic resto and were rewarded with a delicious meal.
Off to the train station at Euston, and then the overnighter to Leuchars - St. Andrews - let see how this works...as we're only 14 minutes ...
... gardens we saw a squirrel which was kind enough to stop long enough to let us take a photo especially for my mum who loves the squirrels of London ( not quite as much as she loves Neil Diamond, but close). There were soccer games going on and lots of people enjoying there Sunday morning. We walked up to Kensington Palace which I Will always think of as Lady Diana's palace. We explained to the girls how she died and about ...