Premier Inn Hayes Heathrow
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... will appear in many photos, I think. Especially Bath tomorrow. ( It's going back to whence it came.) ( or.... I bought it there.) We haven't got anywhere near shops. Normal shops. Shops that sell clothes. So couldn't add any... But, we are hoping that it won't matter in a Turkey. Daryl, got to the checkout and everything... Turns out you can only pick it up in person. They don't like the Lions to go unaccompanied. They are pretty special. Makes sense, but a bit disappointing for ...
... I took a picture of every single one. The animatronics and behind the scenes were explained. I even got to ride a broomstick, picture might be attached. After reading nearly every sign, and stopping for a pint of butter beer (in my parents case, beer without the butter). Then towards the end, my entire mind shifted. There was a miniature Hogwarts before my very eyes. There was never a real castle used, they simply placed the green screen footage over shots of the castle. ...
... a park and saw lots of squirrels and we fed them our croissants. They were really tame and they nearly jumped up on your hand. WE then went to Westminster bridge and caught a ferry to the London Tower lots of it was under repair but it was still really cool and there some funny free tour guides called Beef eaters and our guy was really funny. We went and had a look in a church and where people got be headings and things like that. When the tour was over we went to go and ...
After bringing in the New Year (2015) watching the London fireworks on the TV earlier in the morning, set off into the city to meet up with some friends of Sue Marshall (Baz and Chris) at Charring Cross, the plan being to watch the New Years Day Parade - were looking forward to seeing the world's largest drum brought over from Austin, Texas. said on the TV this morning that had cost them something like $40,000 to transport it here!!! Looking ...
The Lourve needed some company so we joined the million people in line to go see some old favourites.
Rachael found where Mary Magdalene was buried thanks to Tom Hanks’ detective skills.
On our final night in Paris we booked ...