Holiday Inn London-Shepperton
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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.
... or hallways and one shop just sort of flows into the next. Very suave. Very out of our back packer's budget.
Next we headed to the Borough Street Markets. They were a food lovers paradise! We did several tastings of cheeses, pulled pork, tea, milk, yoghurt and bought some fresh pasta with a tub of this yummy wild boar confit to stir through it.
Back at the hostel, we were pushed for time to get ready for a night at the theatre. We had splurged and ...
... we hopped on the tube to Picadilly Circus for a little bit of shopping. We were amazing with the tube and only screwed up once. We then met Sara at Sarastro's which was a very cool and eclectic restaurant. (The bathroom had pornographic art on the walls which was a big surprise when you sat down.) We then popped on the tube and went to Victoria Station to the ...
... had happened and she profusely apologized and said she would be on the look-out. Right!
Anyways - the play was good. The singing was good. But the 3 hours got to me after awhile, but I am glad I did it. Don't know if I will see the play LIVE again though.
This morning I woke up naturally at 7:30 am and proceeded to go down to breakfast. Everyone else was down there too, that they had too move me to another restaurant for breakfast. Same food though. ...
... up and had dinner and drinks. It was lovely meeting people from Canada, the US, Australia and England as these meet ups aren’t just for people of that country so the more people you meet the better I guess.
All the pretty decorations were starting to go up too and Regent St especially looks amazing! The lights go all the way along. It’s so nice to look at.
I started an unpaid internship as well which is based in Whitechapel, ...