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.
Mum had to go to a funeral this morning and one of her friends picked her up just before 9am. We were having a leisurely start to our day when the mailman arrived with a parcel for Linda. She brought it up to show it off - it was the backpack hamper she'd ordered from Amazon as her birthday present from us. It's exactly what she wanted - setting …
... so we started running until Zarah and I stopped (about 200m up the road). While still feeling sick I made the call to pull the pin and sleep at the last place I wanted to be at. Zarah felt the same, so we left the boys who continued to run home for more drinks and we found a kebab shop, ate a dirty kebab (which tasted amazing) and strolled home to bed. One our way home we actually got a job offer, I’m sure we both looked as bad as we felt but ...
... with an album of the same name. Now to the locals, Abbey Road is fairly unremarkable. In fact it is rather a curse, as it is a busy street that runs through St Johns Wood, and the poor drivers are often held up at the zebra crossing while tourists take turns to pose for photographs. But if you love the Beatles and you happen to be in London, you really cannot resist paying your respects to this humble icon.