St. George's Hotel
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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
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... a small lunch and Greg put his backpack over the chair whilst we ate. When we got up to leave we found that the zip had been open and the bread we had bought earlier was taken out. Luckily all or valuables were deep within the backpack and so nothing of value had been lost but a good lesson learned.
Portobello Markets have a variety of performers down the street but the outstanding performer was, lets call her Ethel. Ethel was a ...
... London Bridge Station.
All the Harry Potterians would eel amazed to find themselves at the Warner Studious which has organized an exhibition based on the various memorabilia which the viewers could see. The entire film set of Harry Potter has been recreated to give the viewers a gigantic feel of experiencing life in the J K Rowling novels. You could actually take a long walk at the Great Hall from the actual sets of a Harry Potter movie. ...
Today we visited the Queen's weekend home in Berkshire: Windsor Castle. An impressive structure. The original castle was built in the 11th century after the Norman invasion. It is the longest-occupied castle in Europe, and there are more than 500 people who live and work in the castle.
It was a bit of a rocky start due to some "maintenance issues" with one of the tube lines that meant we had to take a ...
... secure, just asks me constantly when I will be working again, and I do understand he hates carrying all the financial burden). The job will provide K with work too; so maybe we can reconnect. And maybe I'll feel less cut adrift and purposeless when I'm connected into an endeavour. I have lots of ideas about setting up my own, but little energy or resources - I am hoping these will be both be replenished if I plug into a goal-driven, time-limited ...
... apartment complex. The bars ended up being pretty nice on a terrace right on the river, so we grabbed a drink and settled in a sunny spot. We had a good catch up with James but had to cut it quite short as we were taking Nick and Kate out for dinner to say thanks for letting us stay for the week.
With assistance from Caitlin, we had chosen a pizza place in Brixton so we were back on the tube and to the end of the Northern line into another part of London that ...