Premier Inn London Beckton
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... ready for a few days with mom, girls, little bit of routine and living at home, no subways and walking around without maps all over me. • mom time: little too little real conversation and heart to heart. Got caught up in cooking and prepping the dinner. Our understanding of entertaining can not be more different. She is consumed with having table covered with finger food to prove our "well-being" (old school Lithuanian) and gets frustrated with my suggestions to take it easy ...
... to Colindale was another 20-30 minutes, and when I exited the station I noticed signs pointing to the left for the RAF Museum, and the walk to the Museum was about 12 minutes at a brisk pace. I wasn't sure exactly where it was, but I asked someone on the street and they pointed it out in the distance (it’s just past the police station).
The RAF Museum is accessed through white gates and there’s a Surface-to-Air Missile battery right at the ...
... rather later than we planned to leave, we just got ourselves and the luggage into the carriage, and then stood there 5 minutes before moving! Our transfer at Westminster station worked okay but again the carriages were full and I almost lost my glasses as the door closed on me. We made it to the Exeter train in plenty of time and settled into the part of the train not dividing to Bath, to be told by the conductor checking tickets that ours were 1st Class! So we moved again to ...
... to tie us over for the next couple of days.
At about 6pm we left the Gehringer's to catch up on their sleep. We made a quick visit to the O2 Arena area where an Urban Fair was being held with heaps of families enjoying the sunshine and musical entertainment on offer. We then took the tube and DLR to make our way to Greenwich and walked around this lovely area admiring the Cutty Sark and beautiful buildings in the area before having dinner at ...
I will remember today as one of the best days I've had in London. I got to go to Wimbledon. Some of the most famous and idolizing tennis players have played championship games on the centre court that I saw today. Seeing Wimbledon makes me miss tennis. The most mind blowing fact I learned while I was there is that they hire a guy to come in and count and inspect each and every blade of grass on the court before the annual games begin. ...