The Thames Riviera Hotel
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- Free High-Speed Internet
- Room service
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Free parking
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... things about the place. Again, we did this with London Walks.
We had spied a shoe shop that sells tiny grown up shoes. So we went there after. My size was the LARGEST that they had! I KNOW!
The Abbey itself was pretty amazing, most amazing for me were the crypts, they were mostly placed there in the 15th and 16th century. So many famous people are buried there. There were also a lot of memorials to significant people.
... day and Dad and I decided to head back towards the hotel - Liverpool were playing tonight with Daniel being there, so we wanted to go and watch it! As it was such a long way home we decided, with London speaking English and all, to take The Underground back to our hotel. En route to a station, we came across The Monument, a tribute to the Great Fires of London in the 1700s. It's 61 metres high, and we decided to climb it via 311 stone spiral stairs. The whole thing's only a ...
... I felt during parade in December. It wasn't like wading through a crowd of strangers all bumping elbows, it was like having a party with my family. I don't actively miss St. Croix in the way that I would want to go back right now, but today I did. Nobody on this earth will ever replace my island babies. And no johnny cake will ever replace a johnny cake from Norma.
Other than ...
... in her firm would steal her clients; and fell pregnant again 10 months later.
I looked at her children. Her twin boys were not close (the talkative one had told me that his fat brother could have contracted his food business to deliver to fat brother's firm, but 'hadn't even ordered one meal'); the daughter actively ignored the mother. The father like mine had died 2.5 years ago, a fiery litigator who took ...
... from there.
The scenery around the cathedral ruins was beautiful. It felt like something out of a movie or storybook...a quaint town, historic ruins, and vast pastures with sheep grazing. I'll bet no one has high blood pressure here!
We didn't spend much time here because we knew we had a drive ahead of us. Two more hours later Freddie took us to Carrolls souvenir shop in Dublin to get a few things. Given our history, ...