Ramada London Ruislip
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... cool. Plus, the guy who was working at the museum was very good looking and of course, I was extremely awkward about it, but it definitely made the experience even better. After that, we decided to all go back to hostel, get dressed up, and go out to a fancy restaurant. We went to Azzurro's; the most delicious Italian restaurant ever. I had a great glass of wine with some gnocchi. We walked along the river and ...
... had come from Essex about ten years ago and loves it here. Still has a strong Essex accent. Back home to cook a meal. Very weary after all our exertions, but a great day, all sunshine apart from back pain. Mon. 14 Drove down to Houton and took 10am ferry to Hoy, about 45 minutes. Walked up to the museum and had a chat to the warden there. It was only his second there. His interests are in nature conservation and social history. He had previously been a warden in Orford Ness and had ...
... have been changed and turned around in the past year. We had a great time enjoying the slightly warmer weather and catching up with many of our friends. Tomorrow morning we will be up bright and early to make our way to Edinburgh. We'd been given directions to get us from Edinburgh airport to our accommodation but as usual we decided on the 4hr self guided scenic tour of Edinburgh! In the next day and a half we explored what felt like the whole of ...
... elevator to go down such a steep long rise to the platforms below. We had pre booked tickets for a Buckingham Palace tour for 12.30. We had previously seen the changing of the guard and decided against a repeat. We were fortunate to begin our tour half hour earlier. Upon entry security check, audio headphones and off we embarked on an historical tour of grandeur and history of the highest order. The staterooms, art collections, gold etched decor with beautiful chandeliers ...
... waiting: a Malaysia Airlines A380-800 'super jumbo'. Now, for anyone reading this in 'real time' and who has seen an international news report in the past week, Malaysia Airlines needs no introduction. To say that 2014 hasn't been their year is an understatement. In March (shortly before Claire's previous trip), their scheduled flight MH 370 from Kuala Lumpur (KL) to Beijing simply 'disappeared' and to this day its precise whereabouts remains a mystery ...