Selsdon Park Hotel & Golf Club
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- Swimming pool
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... height: normal; ">The boat rode lasted just 20 or so minutes. We got off at Westminster pier and walked back toward Big Ben and Parliament to catch the next bus. By now we weren't just feeling "peckish" as they say here...were starving! It took forever to ride past Belgravia into Kensington and past the Marble Arch. Finally we reached The Hard Rock Cafe.
... is gorgeous in it's own unique old, rustic way. We had one last place to see before we made our way back to Stansted airport, Picadilly. Saw the sight, went into a overly over the top tourist shop and didn't buy anything and ran to catch a double decker we thought would get us to Victoria quicker than walking. Wrong. Who knew there were so many deckers in London. I obviously didn't, hence the shock I had when we gracefully rounded corner, wind in my hair and suddenly came to ...
... Lets play Pictionary." "I don't want to be partnered up with her." "I don't want to be partnered with him." "Oh my God, you can't ******* draw." "What is that?" "You have anger issues. You need to go to anger-management classes." "You need to go to attitude-management classes." "Seriously mum, please put him up for adoption." "He's 23/30yrs old (delete as applicable), I can't put him up for adoption." "Girls are so much more better than boys." ...
... only what we agreed to at king Arthur's hall. I stood there, still curious. Suddenly the green man began explaining himself. This enormous green man, was actually the Lord of the castle where I stayed. He sent his wife to test my character, and she succeeded. He finally saw the green sash that I promised to hide from him.I was then guilty at fault, and I was far from loyal, but he thought otherwise. He spared my life because he saw my true bravery. ...
... at Keswick. The latter was something I had always wanted to try, and it was great fun! At the adventure center where the archery took place, I also got to partake in something I personally found quite hilarious: a coin operated soup machine! For 50 pence you got a small cup of mediocre hot soup. Really weird. After all the fun and games were over, we headed into Carlisle, where we were staying the night. We all had a hankering for Thai food, so we headed to the only Thai ...