Premier Inn South Mimms/Potters Bar
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... Doyle. It tells a story of working class Dubliners who form a soul band. You would have been proud of me G, even knew a couple of the songs!! - you keep me hanging on - knock on wood - what becomes of the broken hearted - can't get no satisfaction - river deep mountain high AND - mustang Sally. We all had our groove on last night - I really enjoyed it. Show over, time for yet another tube trip .... can't wait to get home to rest my sore feet from walking in my boots .... ...
... Angela loved it Took the subway back as we could not face another long, cold and numbing boat trip. Later took train to Mile End -where Rex lives and he showed us through his home and extensive art collection and then took us to his local where we had a fabulous meal - Rex walked us back to the train statin and the right platform and looked after us so well , we had a great time and day. Of course it rained on and off in the afternoon and night, one needs to always ...
... sky opens up and it is pouring, we run back to the tube station and head to Kensington but the local pub is full, all watching a World cup game. So Italian it is for dinner at a restaurant just up the road, we have a really nice night with our New York buddies, their last night in London they are heading for home tomorrow. So we wander home, getting a bit lost on the way, but make it back to the hotel safely and watch the second World Cup game of the night.
... nights and visited a coffee plantation in Uru village at the foothills of Mount Kilimanjaro on day three. This is a very green and serene environment where local farmers work very hard to produce Arabica coffee from their small holding with meagre earnings. We picked our own beans and eventually produced fresh cups of aromatic coffee. We were ...
... with a Jack the Ripper tour which started at 3:30. The tour was great, the guide was very knowledgable and we seen what we could that was left from the rippers time period. Only one of the kill sights still exists, all the rest are now building or re paved Then caught the bus back to the hotel, hoping to squeeze some washing in at the laundromat but after having walked a whole suitcase all the way down the road, we discovered it was closing in 10mins so the washing will have to ...