Hillingdon Prince Hotel
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- Free High-Speed Internet
- Fitness/Health center
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Free parking
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... so it was great for them to get stuck in. Sadly the rain poured down again just after Calum had fired up the BBQ but he did a valiant effort under a brollie and of course Abs and the girls did all the rest of the hard work preparing plates of couscous, roasted vegetables and salads so we felt very spoilt. Apple crumble with apples from the garden was the perfect finish. ...
... plan would come up and right away we would be able to go with it. I have had zero regrets during this trip, and I wouldn't have wanted it to happen any differently. I enjoyed everywhere we went, and was never anxious to get going. When we moved on, it was time to move on. Language barriers were probably one of the toughest things during this trip. I don't think I realized how much I appreciate English speaking people until I had spent three months of my life being surrounded by ...
... phone and he won't raise his seatback to the full and upright position for landing. His finest moment, however, is when he unbuckles his belt and unsnaps his pants waistband after our meal. Lovely.
Ugly American may be the phrase but, here, ugly Turk is the reality.
I am distracted by, perhaps, one of the worst movies I have ever seen: “Now You See Me,” with Mark Ruffalo, Jesse Eisenberg, Woody Harrelson, Michael Caine and ...
... task of making cupcakes and when the girls got home from school, they did an exceptional job of decorating them. It was nice sunny day, so Pete and Fraser walked into town, and finally found the pair of running shoes Pete was desperate to buy. We were joined for dinner by more old friends who came over from Oxford. Kate, Carl and their children Hannah and James. We had a great dinner with plenty of catching up and reminiscing. Where did the last 19 years ...
... station sign. Breakfast was had at the station while we were waiting for train to be set up.
The journey north was over in a flash and in preparation for heading from Carlisle to Lockerbie we got the tickets for that leg off the conductor on the train - only 4 pound each. If we'd bought tickets to Lockerbie in London it was going to be about 150 pounds though we ended up only paying 54pounds for two separate tickets. Seemingly you cannot get an advance fare to Lockerbie!