Holiday Inn London-Shepperton
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- Wheelchair accessibility
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... 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.
... the river to the Bateaux London at Embankment Pier and boarded the Symphony. It was very posh! We started with wine, then a prestarter of pureed peas and shrimp on toast. We had choices for the starter (appetizer), main entree and dessert. I got asparagus with goat cheese, hake (white fish) with pak choi, mussels and capers, and triple chocolate something for dessert. Larry got a salmon and caviar starter, with pork entree and apple ...
... to see, got some good photos when the sunshine came out as well. By now it was 3 o'clock and it was another hours drive to Oxford. The visit we were probably least interested in. Fascinating to see all the old colleges, some from the 12 century, couldn't go in to any though as there was no time and some did not allow students as they are still working colleges. Got back to the hotel at around 8:30, had some average burgers at the pub downstairs and went to ...
... butter instead. By this point it was time to pick my tramping pack up from luggage storage at the B&B, say farewell to Bath, and catch my train to London. I arrived into London Paddington station on time, and embarked on my very first attempt at negotiating the London underground system. I was expecting a straightforward journey to my destination, but due to works on the Hammersmith line and therefore part of it being closed, I had to take the Circle line and transfer after a ...
... worse. They didn’t sit still, and wanted water and to go to the toilet all the time. It was insane! How any work gets done I do not know! But all in all it was a good experience; I just am NOT a primary teacher-ever again!
I was now on a week’s break which was needed after my whirlwind Paris trip and my last day of teaching. I was going to sleep in and relax and look for a long term place to live. The places I had been looking at were great, except I ...