Renaissance London Heathrow Hotel
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Ok, who ever designed the roads to Heathrow was an idiot!!!!!! Sat nav doesn't recognise the road for the hotel and took us to a car park.....we drove around the car park and then they wanted to charge us £3 for not parking and being there for 2 minutes! At last at the hotel, a lovely little man offered to carry our bags, bless. Room is fabulous, so all happy now.
Welcomed with open arms to the Hotel restaurant, decided to have the buffet, three courses £23 for the two of us, sorted! Absolutely stuffed now, hope to have a good nights sleep as we have to be up at 5am, not looking forward to that. David decided to sit in the lounge and read some very manly interesting mags?!! Then had to take pictures of the very pretty air stewardesses, liked the pose.
... although it was a bit delayed, and finally arrived at our hotel in Suzhou at about 11pm. Unfortunately by this time they had run out of double rooms for Mum and Dad, so they were upgraded to a suite just across the corridor from George and I. This was actually incredibly useful as it meant that they had a lounge where I could organise my stuff to bring back to the UK.
I won't go too much into detail as to what we got up to ...
... who has wished me a happy birthday! This is going to be a place I hope to fill you all in on my travels, experiences and even pictures so that you can see what Brazil is like at street level! I intend to post as often as possible and with as many unique and fascinating things as one can possibly experience in one month and then some more!! Much love. Peace out. Happy birthday!! ...
... There were so many of them! It was kind of creepy with all of them staring back at you, but nonetheless, it was neat to see all of the royal family line.
As we continued the audio tour, it led us to an outside section. It was one of the most beautiful things I have ever seen. Right outside, attached to the manor were the ruins of an old Abbey. The skeleton of the abbey still stands, but the ground and ceiling were gone. We were still able to see the ...