Stoke Park Country Club, Spa and Hotel
Travel Blogs from Stoke Poges
After a very late (or early, considering we didn't get home till 6am!) drink boozing session, and a few hours sleep, we headed out the a car supermarket, called Car Giant in White City.
This place was unreal. 5000 cars for sale, every make imaginable. And the prices where just as unreal! You could have bout a 2006 Jaguar XF for only £16000! Which is about half the price you would pay at home. But the nicest one I saw was the red Z4 beemer. And ...
... least we were treated after that to what I recognized immediately as the ceremonial changing of the Asian tour groups. Impressive. We have had a pleasant evening recovering from salt and water depletion. Sandra got the curry stain out of Emily's shirt. ****** British reality show rip offs of ****** North American reality shows (or is it the other way around?) are keeping the kids sane. All is well here on the ...
... I came home. I ended up having to catch a cab by myself to Courtney's apartment and I was so lucky that she had all my stuff. In the end I was really lucky and the cab driver I had was really nice and we just chatted until I got home. Once I got home I just went straight to bed. Was defiantly an interesting night but I had so much fun I defiantly wouldn't change anything except for the whole losing the ...
... 8217;s on Cromwell as it was
massive compared to the Local. There are "Sainsbury’s Local’s" which are the
size of our IGA’s I suppose you could relate it to. Then there are just “Sainsbury’s”
which are more Woolies size. This one we went to was huge!! It had its own
Starbucks within it, a pharmacy and all! Massive!!
From there we continued along Cromwell Road looking at all
the lovely buildings.
Simon saw a sign for ...
... in the gift shop so I was relieved that we had finished. But Jim remembered a small area he had walked past and it ended up being (but wait there's more) a huge area.
We left via the back entrance onto Exhibition Road and saw that next door was the Science Museum and across was the Victoria and Albert Museum so noted them for another day and headed back. 21,490 steps.