Premier Inn South Mimms/Potters Bar
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... 8 of us wandered around the area - last shopping opportunity hahahaha Kept calling the hotel - still no bags arrived. Had lunch in China town - little chinese restaurant. Duck, bbq pork, lemon chicken and rice. Really enjoyed this meal. Back to shopping for a little while. Looked like rain was coming so took the tube back to our hotel arriving at about 3pm. Grabbed a quick drink at the local pub - Still no bags, but had word that they would be at our hotel at ...
... flight over London. Got the tube to Kings cross and found the hotel fairly quickly, the room was much bigger than expected as pretty sure it was a handicapped room. Met Jemima in the lobby and went for a rooftop drink and snack at the Big Chill House, then caught a red bus and had some burgers for dinner near Oxford circus and a few drinks ...
... which we crossed to the other side before continuing on through a lot of modern redevelopment to The Shard. We were a bit shocked at the cost, but we decided to 'grin and bear it' and pay the £30 each for the ride up to the top to see the 'View from The Shard'. I couldn't really say it was 'worth it' but it was still a really good view from the highest point in London. After that, we caught the tube from London Bridge to Oxford Circus for a bit of ...
... 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 ...
... look like they have been frozen in time. Packing, packing again and squeezed our luggage into our Golf and off we head to the Dublin Airport. Of course having a hire car we need to refuel prior to return and of course it is always a challenge to find a petrol station along the way or near the airport. After a bit of googling (thank goodness for technology) we find an unmanned petrol station that operates by card only (Aus ...