The Greyhound Carshalton
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- Continental Breakfast
- Meeting rooms/conference facilities
- Room service
- Breakfast Available
- Reduced mobility rooms
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Been a tough two weeks following each day's anniversary of our wonderful trip.
Today a year ago we flew home and here we were before setting off for San Fran airport.
Despite the year since I'm so lucky to have these memories.
Night my darling xx
Few people believe that Londoners are cold, rude and use a strongly cockney accent. But, this is not true. You will definitely come across people using a cockney accent, but not majority of them will be found using it. In fact, you will find a variety of accents in English language.
Besides, people are not rude here. Life is of course busy, there in London. And you will find people rushing to their work places, for some urgent work. With ...
... before bed. I forgot how much I love radiators!!!! We turned them on this morning and washing was dry in an hour (mental note to self, we must install radiators in next house).
We were all in bed by 6.30pm and have woken refreshed(ish) and ready to be serious tourists today. Caleb has volunteered to be our Tour Guide for the day................ who knows where we'll end up (the middle of London hopefully!!)
... good I had two (after being a klutz and spilling half of one all over myself and on the floor. We came back to the hotel and changed. Tonight's show was the Book of Mormon. What a show! There were some funny bits in it, there were some naughty bits in it and there were some really funny and really naughty bits in it! It was hilarious. About 10 mins into the show there were some tech issues (sound) and ...
The very important decision to purchase a stamp from Stanley Gibbons on The Strand was made this morning & we spent quite a while looking through the affordable collection of Penny Blacks - the very first stamp ever! We had been surprised that there were even any for sale but apparently they were very common & affordable in 1840 so there are plenty still around. They don't cost a Penny anymore though! Geoff is now the proud ...