Premier Inn Waltham Abbey
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... in the movie Notting Hill when they sneak into the garden and sit on the bench that says "For June who loved this garden from Joseph who always sat beside
her"? The Meads' bench is equally as sweet :)
Anyway, after lunch I went to Oxford Street and walked into about 24 stores full of items I can't even kinda afford, but it was super fun to look, then I walked around Piccadilly Circus. I spent most of Wednesday near South Bank - Westminster ...
... security again, I wandered around the airport for a bit trying to find the best spot to sit that had the strongest Wi-Fi. London's airport is weird in the fact that they don’t announce the gate you’re leaving from until about twenty minutes before you’re supposed to board. Then it’s a mad dash to get there in time because the ...
... with a man about payment, and it's clear that they were having some miscommunications he finally asks for a card and no matter which one Jimmy tries, the machine refuses to elicit a proper transaction. Jimmy had been up late last night working, and just wanted to get a quick answer to our growling stomachs. He places the pastries back on the counter and motions for me to follow to another place. I take the breads out of my bag and place them on the counter apologizing, and ...
... Jones and built in 1631. St. Paul's Church (not Cathedral) was the first entirely new church to be built since the Reformation. Inigo Jones was the first British architect to return to the Classical style of building using the golden mean as the basis for the structure. In mathematics, the golden mean or golden ratio exists if the ratio of two quantities is the same as the ratio of their sum to the larger of the two quantities. Complicated I know, but ...
... idea to get our hands on a map of the train system, so we popped into the information kiosk and spoke with a very nice gentleman who was so kind as to explain that we had overpaid £15.50 for our first set of train tickets...and further suggested that in the future we verify that we are getting the cheapest price for the items we are purchasing... He also laid it all out regarding the transit card--an "Oyster Card"--that we would need to purchase to get around the city. Now, I ...