Holiday Inn London-Shepperton
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... 25.5599994659424px;">So I went home. Saying that it was a long trip.
Not only did I throw up at work, I also threw up at Green Park Station and Dollis Hill Station.
Walked to bathroom and threw up again.
I went straight to bed.
Today we finally had an ever so slightly slower start to the day to get some general things like washing and repacking done. Turned out the metal framing of my suitcase is intact despite it's questionable warped appearance since it's flight. If only I had my trusty hot glue gun to reinforce the backing then it would be like new! We then ventured off impromptuly to Tower of London and tower ...
... 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; 1. Sharks 2. Being so far away from family and friends Top Ten Meals; 1. Leeuwin - Duck and Marron. 2. Bunker bay - pork slow roasted deep fried with Asian salad. ...
Today was our last full day in London and we ended with a bang! We started out at Borough Market, not far from our place. We've been to quite a few markets now on this trip, so it means a lot when we say that this was by far the most awesome food market we've ever seen. I want to live here just so I can eat and shop at this market every day. They had tons of places cooking food, plus bakery carts, handmade chocolate, wheels of cheese as big as a bicycle ...
... diamond (cut from the legendary South African Cullinan diamond), added to the scepter in 1905. We all were impressed with the multitude of table salt serving dishes, made from gold. It appears that the royals and their guests enjoy over-salting their food as much as I do.
Sam and I got one free afternoon when my parents took the kids to their first ever British tea, complete with finger sandwiches, scones, and sweets. I was informed that they ...