Premier Inn Loughton Buckhurst HIll
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My skin will never tan, however I have learnt to love my paleness. It is so sought after in S E Asia that I actually feel quite lucky to look the way I do. So many people wanted photos with us and someone in the street called me beautiful. They cover themselves up so not to darken their skin, but when it's so hot I think they're mental!
2) Proud to be British
A lot of people were really pleased to meet people from the ...
... Laduree - famous for macarons. Though Ben had already brought us a box of these from Paris where they were first made, we HAD to buy more, much to Marc's dismay at our breaking the budget - again!! By this time the children were tired and so Suja returned to the apartment with them, so that they could have a sleep before going to see 'Matilda' - the live show, in the evening. I however, pressed on. By now the sun was shining and the sky was ...
Today we went to places that photography wasn't allowed, thus I have very few photos to share.
We were off to the Cabinet War Rooms for their opening at 9:30. These tight quarters were home to the leaders of the British Government for years. Even the King would go to these underground tunnels to meet with Churchill. These remained completely secret throughout WWII and were closed up at the end of the war and barely touched until the 70's. They are less than 2 blocks from ...
Awake to the sad news that the great Robin Williams has taken his life. Yet another black dog succumbs to depression.
on a happier note we get the central line to catch up with so e besties of ours and have a carvery lunch with some gigantic Yorkshire puds. Yummy.
oh and mum, trilby says you must stay with them when here in london. 30 minutes from Tottenham court ...
... Westminster. That suited us.
The boat sailed under Westminster bridge and turned around before Lambeth Bridge giving us good views of the Parliament then back under Westminster Bridge and puled into the pier by The Eye. Some people got of and a few got on leaving the ferry only about 1/3 full for our trip back to Tower Pier. We saw Cleopatra's Needle and HQS Wellington (a gift from NZ). Got great ...