Premier Inn Tonbridge North
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After staying in a hostel for 5 nights in Edinburgh a night at the Premier Inn in Tonbridge was luxury in comparison! We spent the day exploring Tonbridge and had lunch in the castle, sorry but no photos.
The NaturalHistory Museum is one the UK's
best loved museums, welcoming millions of visitors each and every year to enjoy
the exciting interactive exhibitions on display. Built in 1880 and opened to
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... lounge room, and a little outdoors area for those 'non rainy days'. 2 minutes walk from the tube, and lots of cafes, pubs and shops nearby. Perfect! I rang up and arranged to view the room that afternoon. The room is owned by an older couple from Ireland, who were installing a brand new oven when I arrived. They showed me the room, advised they would be putting in a new mattress, and made me a cuppa. It was like renting from mum and dad. After thanking them for ...
Today is the day.
I'm currently writing this blog while taking a mini break. I am on my way to the Green Chapel. I decided to stop for a few minutes to update you guys on my journey. Yes, I am wearing the sash that the Lord's lady gave me. I felt guilty for taking it, but maybe, just maybe it will save my life. Right now it's a little before dawn and I pretty ...
... motivates them and again, how incredibly emotional and important it is for them to play at the home of tennis – Wimbledon. It was
also quite exciting to see lots of photos, quotes, memorabilia and details of
the longest game in the history of Tennis – The one that went for 11 hours and 5
minutes between John Isner and Nicholas Mahut at the Wimbledon three years ago –
The one that I sat through for the entire duration! I also got to see the ...