Quality Hotel St. Albans
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- Continental Breakfast
- Swimming pool
- Room service
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... of locals singing a song and move inside. We are the only ones checking in and give us a your of the island. They stood at the same spot and went..." There's the pool, this is the main building and you sleep upstairs" that's it lol. Don't know what I expected from an island you can walk round in 3 mins lol. We check out the dorm looks good about 30 beds with a ...
... Still cool, about 14 deg, but sunny. Terry I walked up to Tescos on Bethnal Green Road. So far I've had little to criticize the Brits for, but they cannot make scones. I will have to show them how.
The boys were still tired, so after lunch Terry and I went into Picadilly Circus and along to Burlington Arcade with its uniformed beadles at the entrances. The shops mainly sold Cashmere, luggage ...
... my thoughts; the image engraved onto my brain of him leaving the house, unconscious, carried in a wheelchair. I was standing in the hall and I saw his eyelids fly open as he got jolted on the last step or two of the stairs; I got a glimpse of his eyes for a second or two but could tell he was not seeing anything. I guessed right then that he was probably not going to re-enter the house.
... it's not until they board the plane that some of our fellow passengers decide to remove coats and jumpers and of course look for some item or other that they must have inflight and which for some reason is now at the bottom of their bag. We wait impatiently.
Our 07:30 hrs flight to Madrid is delayed pushing back, seemingly because a few passengers have managed to sneak large bags past the ground staff and they - the bags - are banished to the ...
... toward Evelyn Gardens. The tube ride was smooth and quiet (take note CTA). I was assisted again by a Londoner when I clearly looked like I was struggling to get up the stairs with my 50+ pound checked luggage. After getting a wee bit lost in South Kensington, another very kind gentleman (who asked if I was Canadian eh) lead me in the right direction to drop off my luggage at Evelyn Gardens Halls. I really have seen a ...