Mercure London Watford Hotel
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Our final day! We're sad to be saying goodbye to London, but we are all ready to come home. Our trip has been mostly without problems- although today I discovered I'd screwed up the hotel reservations. I had us checking out TODAY! Yikes....luckily our host had set aside our room for routine maintenance and is letting us stay one more night. Thank goodness! Sleeping at Heathrow was not going to be fun. We are also NOT going to miss the noise ...
... tips goes to shows.
He seemed impressed, and for the first time I began to see that it was actually quite a feat to pay for so many shows with tips (with a few non-tips shows in there too)
It was the funniest day I have had in a very long time.
Russell Howard and The Play That Goes Wrong. But my day couldn't have been any further wrong even if I tried.
It was most certainly a day that went right!
... mishaps! Other than that 30 minutes or so, the rest of the flight was pretty boring. We had a good wind so it was only 6hrs :) I watched the rest of Divergent, The Other Women, and 3 episodes of Big Bang, as well as a play of Heather Peace's album, a bit of Mary Lambert and a read of my book. FYI I think I prefer the boring ...
... Alex and Jamie who had of course grown up a lot in 3 years, as have our boys, with Matthew towering over all of us. It was lovely to be in a family home and relax with home-cooked meals (delicious chicken pie and banoffee pie for dessert) with the boys taking no time to join Jamie on the PS3 to play Minecraft! The house and garden are lovely with plenty of room for the kids to spread out and only a short walk to the beach. ...
This morning we met our private guide, Martin, for a 4 hour bike tour of London. We saw Big Ben, Parliament, Westminster Abby, Westminster School, Buckingham Palace (where we saw the Horse Guard Parade), Trafalgar Square, the Embankment neighborhood, the Savoy Hotel, the Savoy Theater (which is on the the only street in England where you are required to drive on the RIGHT side of the road to let the ladies off on the correct side of the street), Covent Gardens, Dr. Johnson's home (he ...