Premier Inn Southend Airport
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It was a rainy day so we had a chilled morning and then went to East - an all-you-can-eat Asian buffet for a bargain mid-week lunch price and it was amazing! All the types of food you would expect - Chinese, Thai, Indian and a Tepanyaki station where a chef cooked our chosen bowl of meat and veges. The kids all loved it - and especially the desserts! We needed to go home for a rest ...
Today ended up being a rather unproductive day. Everyone's engines are starting to run low on fuel. Morning: got to John's flat about 10am. Even i slept in until 8:30am. By the time everyone got moving, it was nearly noon. Jo had a planned shopping trip so John and Gabby joined us. We got to Kensington and started looking for lunch. I was craving a british pub so we started hunting with nobpub in soght. After 10 minutes of walking past tempting FreNch cafes, i finally ...
... both work and have three daughters, two live at home, the eldest is in Sweeden doing uni. The visit was just the medicine we needed as is they reinspired us to see this lovely country and told us what it would be like to explore Europe, it all sounded so good. We are catching up next Sunday, hopefully going on a walk for breakfast at a cafe not far from here.
The rest of the day was spent relaxing and doing some research.
Sue and Russ
... my feet move very solely across the floor to the window. A truly memorable experience. Topped off by ice skating at 4pm, under the London Eye, the most idyllic spot for ice skating. Kids are having a ball, we all are, lots of laughs in the ice. Mac thinks he's a speed skater, he's got no fear, Julia's improving all the time, not quite as 'mad' as her father and brother who are raving around like mad things, loving every minute of it. Time up, we make way to Southbank ...
... and one that we both feel blessed to have had. We'd like to thank all of you for following our travels, all be it little snippets, but thank you all the same we hope you enjoyed it.
Our lives have been enriched by the people we have met, lived with, worked with and you have all made this experience even sweeter and for that we say thank you!
It sounds a bit of a cliché but believe us when we say - Its been emotional.
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