Premier Inn Hatfield
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... and got everything except the groceries in time before the shops closed. We then walked down to the supermarket, only to find out that it closed at 4, we had to make do with a few different smaller grocery stores and buy enough to last me until breakfast tomorrow.
I then had to say goodbye to my family and go back to my little flat, it wasn’t very sad because I am seeing them again on Wednesday but it is very strange and ...
... an alcoholic ginger beer each. We decided to meet up with Jen and Eliza for dinner after they moved their things over to our hostel. We did some packing and then walked with them to an area of restaurants near Oxford st. It was really weird, so quite being Sunday compared to fri/sat nights! We got Thai for dinner. After we went home as we had to be up very early the next day. We stopped via the train station to get the deposit back for my Oyster ...
... the jet-lag, we planned on sleeping on the flight as if overnight (albeit a short one) and arriving in the morning to start our day.
Ah, the best-laid plans.
They had a lot of amenities (read, "distractions") on the new 777-300 assigned for our flight. As we made our way back to coach, I couldn't help envying the business class their lie-flat seating. But even in coach, they had video screens with on-demand movies, ...
... The rooms are very grand and opulent, decorated in colour where furniture and walls match all with a lot of gold around them! Nothing cheap here! After the tour we went for coffee and cake and then a walk through the gardens which of course was immaculate! A very privileged life.
Afterwards we met Bill's cousin Judith and we wandered through hyde park, along ...
... circuit around the village where I grew up and went to school.We later stopped at “PJ’s” near where I used to live for fish&chips costing £7.40 for 2 huge fish and chips.We sat outside and ate them out of paper ....absolutely beautiful ...the best fish&chips ever!!
After bit of a break at the hotel, we had early dinner in the restaurant there and it is still a grey cloudy day with drizzle, come to think of it I have never seen complete blue sky here in ...