Duke's Head Hotel
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... then I'd planned to leave her house by 8.30am as she said she wouldn't be long, but I let her stay talking to them for over an hour as it was lovey to hear how happy both the family and Billie were speaking and seeing each other. She really didn't want to get off it, but she knew I'd end up standing in the que at the London eye if she took any longer. I felt bad leaving her after she had got off FaceTime as I could clearly see she was upset. But I ...
... 20kg luggage allowance and NO IDEA what to pack!! And I have only given myself a week to do it. Good job I am not going backpacking through the rainforest or anything, I would probably have a heart attack before I went!
I will try and update this as often as WiFi allows me!
See you soon!
... were having a drink. We had a drink there with them and had a chat for a while, then Elena, the other girl we were hanging out with in Valencia, arrived! We had a chat and a catch up with her then after Ben left, the four of us went to go find something for dinner. The two places across the road that are apparently quite nice were both full, so we headed off for a walk down the street to another place they knew of. After ...
... his dog and wrote "Fool on the Hill," and where Elton John played many a benefit for his AIDS charity.
The morning was full of interesting locations for music gigs and scandal. Would you believe that the Sex Pistols became a band in front of the first Vivienne Westwood boutique? Who knew that Sid Vicious would have such taste in fashion....
The afternoon half of the tour took us through Chelsea and Notting Hill, 2 of the upper class burros of London. The rich ...
... the Prime
Meridian. Several of the tube lines were down for maintenance, so Judith and I
ended up taking the tube to a bus, and then getting on the DLR Train to
Greenwhich. Once its own village, Greenwhich lies in the east of London and has
since been absorbed into the greater metropolitan area. It retains its village
charm however, and has a very distinctive feel to it.
We walked through Greenwhich to the Royal Observatory, which
for hundreds of ...