Brook Green Hotel
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... but you have to pay for. So we paid for an hour. After eating out ice cream, we both passed out in the chairs and woke up just in time to get up so we didn't have to pay for another hour!
We then headed back to the London Eye to meet the others for our night ride. We grabbed more ice cream. I don't remember if I talked about the ice cream over here before, but it is the CREAMIEST I have ever had! They put a chocolate flake in it!
... down. Take a walk down the park to
know what peace looks like in the same city that is bubbling with life on the
near the park is a great place to relax and the waters are clean if you are a
hygiene conscious traveller. The pool is designed both for adults as well as
young kids. Moreover the river offers boating activities. The boating
activities are mainly taken up by families with young children and ...
... This has to be one of our favourite places on our trip. If you have me on facebook (which you likely do) you'll see that the views are simply breathtaking. Not only that, they speak welch there! I guess that is obvious but I loved over-hearing the locals speak. Everyone there was really friendly, as seems to be the norm in small european towns. We took a tram up the mountain (the great ore i think its called) to get an awesome view of the irish sea ...
Tuesday July 15, 2014 After a long seven hour plane ride we finally arrived at 6:45am (with all our luggage) in London England!! What I call the heart of England. We arrived at our hotel to unpack our bags and take a load off so we could officially start our trip. We took today into our own hands and created our own tour. We walked around and hopped on buses and traveled all around to get a feel for the city. We stopped at many places. One of them being fortnum and mason. It is famous ...
... real actors leaping out and frightening us in the darkness (like at Spookers in Auckland).
We had lunch on the grass in Regent's Park, then took another tube to Waterloo and did the London Eye. The queue was impressive, but moved along and the views were amazing, A good way to see everything all at once!
After that, we called it a day as the kids were starting ...