The Grove Hotel
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- Continental Breakfast
- Swimming pool
- Free High-Speed Internet
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Take Two. Beautiful breakfast again. Boy was I tired last night. And it's 6pm here and I just finished writing up yesterday. I am in the Lobby. We come down here. Get a drink at the bar, with free peanuts. Sit in 2 enormous red chairs and type furiously. So today... Off by Tube, no less, to Embankment to walk from there to Covent Garden. Emily's first Tube trip and we nailed it. Oyster Cards purchased... We were off. ( Slight hiccup when ...
... while I sat outside on the steps. He said he wouldn't be long, an hour and a half later he came out. By then I was bored to tears, my bum was numb and I was bursting to go to the toilet! He promptly marched me across the road to the same cafe where we had a baguette for lunch and I used the toilet. We then walked to the nearest tube station and went to Churchills ...
... the Hackney Marshes are located. These marshes were drained extensively during the medieval times and used as a dumping ground for rubble from the air raids carried out during the Second World War.
One can truly be aware of the history behind the marshes as coins harking to the Roman occupation of Britain have been found there. Leytonstone, the suburban area, ...
... I watched a movie. We had to wake up early for his flight on Monday. It was hard to say goodbye but I left with happiness knowing that I would be seeing him in just a few short weeks. Believe it or not, those two months went by extremely fast so this would feel like nothing. I am so glad Adrian was able to come visit; it was a little taste of home that reminded me that even if my time in the UK is almost over I still have so much to go back to.
I had to work on ...
... the next leg of my adventure. With tears and love I set out for London, England.
I had been sent my lodging information on Friday, the day before the wedding. I hated it. I thought it was like my dorm in Prague and that I simply WOULD NOT live there. As it turns out, Peder (the new boss-man) knows a tad bit more about London than I do, and it's fantastic. Yes, the flat is small, but I am pretty much in love with my neighborhood. The flat was clean, the building ...