The Lansdowne Hotel Croydon
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- Swimming pool
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Fitness/Health center
- Wheelchair accessibility
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... the trip about the communities that we have visited as if they assume that we are 100% familiar with them. Yesterday, Don and I had to take our food to go from the Greek restaurant that we ate at because we ran out of time before we had to get to Shakespeare's Birthplace, so today we decided to grab something fast. This turned out to be a sausage that we purchased from a street vendor in Bath. We grabbed our food and sat down on a street bench to ...
After being back at work for two days we finally got the call that Grandad had died. The waiting and not being able to do anything was horrible so I am glad that he is finally at peace. Horrible that we never got to say a proper goodbye but I am sure that he know's how much we loved him and will miss him.
My thoughts go back to my family at home, especially Nana, Mum and ...
... then caught a boat along the Thames to Greenwich. Unfortunately, we missed the Royal Observatory by a few minutes (closed at 430pm), so made do with a photo opportunity on the smaller section of the meridian line which is open all of the time. By the time we caught the boat back to Westminster, it was getting very late, and we ended up having extremely expensive, revolting fish and chips at Holloway Road.
Got home around 8pm, and everyone in bed almost ...
... doors which turned out to be later than the time I had been given via email because it is Bank holiday here. Anyway we left our bags with the concierge and waited on the street corner for the bus to take us on our day tour of Windsor Castle and Buckingham Palace State apartments. We had confirmed the hotel pick up 2 days ago but the bus was slightly late and there was a wee bit of concern. Then an old fashioned London Bus with a Harrods colour and sign ...
... so much. Perhaps they won't remember the specifics when they are older (they will have a book of our blog for that), but they have experienced different cultures, different foods, learnt adaptability, explored and discovered the world, just as we hoping they would. Most importantly they have had the undivided love and attention of both of their parents for a whole five months. What fun we have all had together.
We have called everywhere we stay 'home' ...