Travelodge Stansted Bishops Stortford Hotel
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... next to a room with a Sherlock Holmes scene from 221b Baker Street and ate our late lunch. We went our separate ways planning to spend our last day in England with our wonderful cousins. What a huge effort by MDW to do so much walking, we were all starting to struggle but MDW just powered on. So proud of her. Today I felt like we had played a game of Monopoly seeing names like Regent, Oxford, Piccadilly, Marylebone, The Strand, Mayfair etc. She said: Now ...
... we hopped a boat to Westminster pier to take our final tube rides to get the bags. Currently (2:00pm Lon time/3:00pm Paree), we are in St Pancreas Station waiting to board the 14:31 Eurostar to Paris. Joe's French skills will be put to the test... I'll let you know how he does - we may all be eating raw beef and frog legs if it's not too "Bon." We have arrived in Paris. We took a night cruise to see the ...
... at a tube station let alone standing in a queue. I just want to point out the two points of difference in American and English culture: using the word "tube" instead of “subway” and “queue” instead of “line.” This was the very first thing I had to get used to when I moved to London, I now see myself using these words but it ultimately makes me feel uncomfortable, almost like I am not staying true to myself. Anyway, yes it seems to ...
... with his grown up children – from North Carolina, Tahnee and Jillian who are travel agents from Mackay on a bit of a famil, Sanford a single guy from Wisconsin, and then later in the bar as we had a night cap Sam and Steph from Hamilton in NZ but originally from South Africa. Then this morning at breakfast a couple from Bendigo. So looks like we have a good group of nationalities and age groups and only 30 on the tour so not too crowded. ...
... unhappy I wondered); the daughter arrived with him, busying herself with the care of fat brother's 2 year old, also fat; speaking to no-one (M had already told me in confidence she was 'too bossy to find a man' and she was trying to set her up with the ex-trainee who was now her employer. Right). The other twin and I talked no-stop for 3 hours, (while husband talked superficial blah with M) as he was so much like my own ...