Brook Green Hotel
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- Continental Breakfast
- Room service
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Fitness/Health center
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This morning we landed in London and from there it was an interesting morning. The host that we were staying with through airbnb insisted that we call her when we arrived at the airport despite the fact that I would not have phone service. So I went to a payphone that used credit cards and naturally my card didn't work either. So we started walking towards the information desk and an employee in purple stopped us to tell us that he was the information desk! I ...
... they suddenly stopped and broke into a tahitian dance. It looked a bit like the Haka. Very cool Sunday was a very relaxing day. We went for a walk along the river, which was very pretty, the sun was out and we stopped for lunch at a pub called the White Hart. Thats pretty much where we spent the afternoon, drinking wine, discussing the value of paddle boarding, sculling (the rowboat kind) more wine, wildlife on the thames, more wine. Quite a nice ...
... after 1 or 10 beers....time to eat....stood up...promptly decided to sit down and order dinner their...through me slurring I managed to order food....and I think it was good....burped...staggered...found me lil comfy cubby hold....managed to get undressed.....almost had to step out on the balcony...would have been weird but at this point I did not give a ****. I basically did a face plant. I think I talked to the Beatles in me dreams....they were cool I think I was on Abbey ...
... is another grave or tomb of someone famous. Charles Darwin, oops sorry we stepped on your grave. Sir Isaac Newton's monument with a marble carved globe sits in front of the altar, Kaeleb points excitedly to the name. Oh and there's David Livingstone, an explorer during the Age of Imperialism, and James Watt, inventor of the steam engine and of course many more. The tomb of the unknown soldier, at the entrance to the nave is surrounded by poppies, just like the Tower.
... month no one knows what will become of these varied, commercially valueless goods. I wish I could put them all into a Mary Poppins suitcase bound for New Zealand, but unfortunately my only option is to hope that the other inhabitants will take some things for their new flats, and the rest will find charity shops or shelters in the area. Tomorrow we plan to see London Zoo: I can't wait! I am off to bury my nose in a book about a passionate dog ...