St. George's Hotel
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... been able to use the one password for both devices - and nowhere in our travels through Europe have we had to pay for wifi in our hotels. Bruce returned to reception to query this and was served by a male who very arrogantly told him that he would have to pay because “you are in London now”.
The next morning Chris checked the hotel’s website to see if there was any reference to it there. There was - it was free ...
... non-existent ‘reels’ on the screen to actually stop when you top on the screen in the right spot. Who knows, but it was a bit odd to witness. It’s the homeopathy of gambling - so much effort involved but it makes absolutely zero difference to the outcome. We’ll have to try it in Sydney and see if we can get it to catch on. Maybe we can sell our secret to the gullible for zillions of dollars (heck it works for homeopathy, right?!)
... for you to read eventually.
Thanks again to those leaving comments for us. We do read them, but don't always get to respond. Generally when I am typing these things, it is late at night and by the time I have written it and uploaded & named all the photos, I am done. Keep it coming though.
Until... whenever we can get the Wi-Fi access. Be good.
Love Brooke & Mal
... sitting on a blanket they stayed sitting because of the kids. We were very grateful to have the chairs otherwise it would have been far too tedious. The rain held off until around 11:00 pm and then it came down intermittently. The woman standing next to me had her umbrella up which shielded me but when she put it down again she spilled all the rain water onto me - unbelievable !! Glo gave her a filthy look and she did not do it the next time. We had ...
... were many school groups (end of term trips) and even though we had booked fast track tickets before we left home, the queues were still quite long. One revolution takes 30 minutes and we were entertained by a Glaswegian loud mouth with his young son giving the entire capsule his views and the history of the sights. Foot sore and weary we retired to our B and B.