Holiday Inn London-Shepperton
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... loving, supporting and waiting for me. This will be my hundredth (an unintentional round number) and final entry in this blog and I don't really know what words to use to close with, it feels rather surreal! I hope that by keeping this blog I have inspired at least one person to go travelling, it is without a doubt one of the best decisions I have ever made. I would encourage anyone who is even considering it to just bite the bullet and go for it if circumstances ...
... br> 2. Beautiful weather
3. The beach on our doorstep!
4. Free three hour parking at Claremont Quarter.
5. Getting the bags packed at the checkout in Coles.
6. Cycle tracks
7. Public spaces.
8. Beetroot dip.
9. Iced coffee.
Things I won't miss;
2. Being so far away from family and friendsTop Ten Meals;
1. Leeuwin - Duck and Marron.
2. Bunker bay - pork slow roasted deep fried with Asian salad.
... in the front row. Anyone who's ever been on these buses knows that this is the best spot on the bus.
The double-decker buses are really the best way to see London, on this journey we would pass through Trafalgar Square to head towards Buckingham Palace. There is really so much to see and do in London, you can wander past famous landmarks without realising it. This is exactly how we stumbled upon Buckingham Palace. We had been wandering ...
... were terrific and the building is soo beautiful! We went outside to the garden which is set up as a field and saw Robins and streams and it felt like we were in the countryside and not a large busy city, lovely! We continued our day walking to Hyde Park, quite a pleasant yet coolish day in the park. We had a refreshing snack near the Lido (who would swim in the Serpentine?) had a look at the Diana memorial ditch! Off to Harrods we went to ...
... Italian restaurant in Tower Hamlets called La Figa, which came so highly recommended by one of my coworkers that we had to try it. It meant taking the Overground from Kensington Olympia to Shepherds Bush, then the Central Line to Bank Underground Station in Central London, then the DLR to Limehouse on the southern bank of the Thames--a total journey of about an hour--but believe me: it was well worth it. I had the spaghetti carbonara ...