The Bull Hotel
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- Free High-Speed Internet
- Room service
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Business Services
- Free parking
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Travel Blogs from Gerrards Cross
Once on my flight, of course I commenced with the Christmas songs and browsing British Airways library for Christmas movies - anything to make it feel more like Christmas (because it definitely didn't/doesn't). I don't know if it was a normal thing or if it was just because it was a holiday, but the flight attendents definitely boozed everybody up right away. ("Would you like a cocktail? Yes? Oh, would you like two? Here's an extra. Would you ...
Well, this is it. Final entry. Today marked our final full day in London so we thought we would have a relaxing day at Hampton Court. For the first time in London, we hit wet weather. So far, it has been sitting around 21 degrees every day we have been here, but this morning the rain started and stayed with us for the entire time we were at Hampton Court. A little disappointing as it meant we couldn't really explore the ...
... on how the buildings in the front of the street could be taken from a page of Charles Dickens "A Christmas Carol" where in the background modern skyscrapers are overshadowing - very high hustle and bustle in this part of town, as you would expect in a major city. Then you can see the great marble dome of St. Peter's Cathedral popping out of the city. Approaching from the back I thought it was incredible, then from the side the entrance looked to ...
... lonely already. I'm used to having Heather to eat with me and help me with directions, or at least accompany me when I get lost. :D I am now curled up on the couch watching the soccer game. Waiting for a good time to go to bed so that I can beat this jet lag. I'm on my own tomorrow but I have quite a bit of running around to do. I'll try and write regularly but I think this blog is going to be more of a weekly thing. Until next time..... Love, K (without her ...
... We all had lunch, and then Mum and Julie went scarf-shopping in the market. Dad and I headed for the pub and watched perhaps one of the more dull games of football (Arsenal 1 WBA 0) and sunk a couple of pints. Win-win for everyone. At the conclusion of the game, we trained it back closer into town and Julie and Mum went into Liberty of London to do more shopping. Dad and I went to the local Irish pub and caught the first half of the evening football ...