Premier Inn Twickenham Stadium
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... more relaxed and again different to the vibrant and more beach cultured Florida.
Both Meg and James loved it, for very different reason of course. Meg compared the US prices to ones at home and loved how cheap thing were at the shops in the US. Where as James suddenly had all the flavours of Mountain Dew, M&M's and Pringles crisps available to the human race and him. He also loved the food as did his Dad.
... Sam left to do their own thing in London. Lunch was taken in the match and the spectators were invited onto the hallowed ground if they felt the need.....I was out on the turf in a matter of seconds! It wasn't long before the small crowd in attendance joined Tim and myself and we were able to meander around. After doing about three laps of the ground we sat down and just absorbed it all in....this is my Mecca! Time had come to move on with our day so the lad and I jumped onto the ...
... take away chicken curry dish for an afternoon snack. We checked out the cartoon museum for a couple hours before moving onto the British Museum for the remainder of the day. The British museum is MASSIVE. It would probably take me multiple full day trips to see everything in the museum.
Dinner was much better than lunch. We went to an over counter dining place called Wasabi. It was an indian run japanese ...
... and not spend all our time at the bar! I couldn't resist buying a new pair of shades for the holiday. By then the gate had opened and Gem still wasn't in flight mode so we grabbed another quick drink at the bar before heading off to our gate, which happened to be miles away via the transit train. Although the gate was open there were lots of people queuing so we had time to grab a glass of wine at Starbucks ...
... Park Station where Deb and GJ realised they didn't really have time to go back to the hotel before the Stomp show as they needed to have some dinner first.. their show started at 6pm and it was almost 4 already so we arranged to meet them at 8.30 to 8.45 at the Westminster station to see Big Ben etc by night. Cass, Luke and I jumped on the tube and they went off to their place to get changed to go out to dinner. Originally I was going to meet them at their place but they ...