- Free High-Speed Internet
- Room service
- Business Services
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Free parking
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I love travelling. Talking to people, finding their passion, listening, learning. Everybody has a superpower. I don't quite know what mine is but if I were to hazard a guess, it’d be something like this: the ability to make people feel comfortable in their own skin, to illuminate a light inside and let it glow. Watching a skilled painter paint, or a craftsperson craft is something akin to listening to somebody talk with ...
I took a trip down the Med Centre this morning to be greeted by a lovely travel advice nurse who read me what she was supposed to but had absolutely no idea what the hell she was talking about.
Brilliantly, when I asked her for some advice about the accessibility of vaccinations overseas, she simply responded that she had never even left the county... and that her sole purpose was to give me advice. She then continued to read and ...
... to freshen up.
And then we made it to London. We went to declare our foodstuffs (mainly NZ confectionary) to be told to join the 'Nothing to declare' aisle with not an x-ray machine in sight. Clearly the UK is not too worried about bio security. Anyway we caught the tube with Mrs Macown to South Kensington, which took about 40 mins and got packed with people pretty quickly. After arriving at the station, we towed ...
... declined the offer. We all met up at the Dome and has a quick chat, it was there we gave our Partners a goodbye, It's the first time I've traveled extensively without my trusty companion by my side, It will be a new experience for both Jodie and I, it will be good to see her at the other end when I return. A quick purchase of some adapters for UK and Canada then we began the drawn out security process, It was the first time Sam had been OS so we all hung around ...
... of Dover. We sat beside an American couple from Minnesota and spent most of the hour long sailing chatting. We've since linked up with them on Facebook. As we neared Dover it started pouring with rain making the view outside a bit of a blur! So not many photos of those white cliffs! Keeping ahead of schedule seems to have been on our side all day as we were able to get an earlier train at the Dover end as well. There was no point in exploring Dover as ...