Mercure Hatfield Oak Hotel
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... alone. I haven’t met anyone else in my flat yet either so hopefully I will meet some people tomorrow.
For tonight though I am going to Ayesha’s flat on the other campus to meet up with her and some of her friends for her birthday. So I had better go and do that. I might not blog again until Wednesday because I will just be hanging around the Uni getting used to things for the next few days.
So until then, Bye
We caught the train out to Abbey Road so Josh could get a photo at the pedestrian crossing from the famous Beatles photo. We also walked around Lords Cricket Ground, but you couldn't see inside very well. We then caught the train to Portobello Road markets where we had a Jamaican pattie for breakfast! It was very tasty. We walked along for a bit and stopped at a cafe for a coffee. We checked out the rest of the market and both bought some tea in London tins for our parents. We caught ...
... games, as well as power - including USB, American 110- and European 220-volt sockets - at each seat. They also had chat room and seat-to-seat messaging system, so you could type messages to others on the plane. That seemed very current and unnecessary. But we played with it.
Most of us managed to get at least some sleep on the flight. In fact, Monica said she got the best sleep she's ever had on the intercontinental flight. ...
... walk, past her fountain ( very unusual) and to Kensingtom Palace with it's lovely gardens. A lovely way to finish our stay in London, although we will be back. Tomorrow we begin our little car trip up north to see relatives and a nit of the country side.
Another quick travel tip: it is not child abuse to force feed your children to avoid lunch. It is sound financial management. ...
... Later at about 7.30 to the Broadway Pub to meet up with old friendsJohn&Maureen, Bob&Linda ,Ken& Lorna, & Pat whose husband Judd was one of the original team and passed away in January. Also John’s sister Linda was there and we had a good time catching up & recounting lots of stories. Later on to John and Maureen’s house for a late supper meal, back to hotel 1.45am.!!! What a good day and night.!
2 Aug. Awoke to another very cloudy ...