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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Free parking
- Pets allowed
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... made some progress.
Meanwhile over in my corner, I had arrived and was helping a volunteer, Jay, by labelling the bags and purses. Seconds later, Kevin placed a pile of books in front of me. These I had to price with this week's green coloured sticker. All books cost 99p and I went with Jay to display them downstairs.
When I returned up, so there was a lot of clutter in ...
... at a mall (to go up to the observation deck, not shop), we took the DLR to meet up with our guided for the Jack the Ripper walking tour. Prior to the tour starting, Will thanked our kids for being so wonderful and the kids responded with a large group hug! Some of them were close to tears. We had to split in to two groups. Our group guide was Steve and he was very knowledgable. It was a bit unfortunate that most of the sites no longer remain, but Steve did offer up ...
... window. I decided I was nowhere near desperate enough to go. I can't stand windows in toilets, especially unstained ones. I'll do you a deal! If you can make me invisible from the time it takes to undo my bottoms to when they are back up and the toilet is flushed, then you can leave the toilet in the middle of a field- no cubicle. But until then, I wouldn't mind some privacy.
This brings us to the end of this first entry. Bring on next weeks entry. ...
... a church. Had a stroll up the high street which is pedestrianised then went back to Charis for a drink. The men had a snooze and Simone and I went for a stroll and took Maisie for a swim in the river. More refreshment and we waved J and S off home. The plan for tomorrow is that I will go visit the wool shop first thing in the morning as I have a new project in mind then we will top up the batteries on Charis then ...
... s extra 2cm of legroom.
Next to me were a couple who sounded like they were from Essex, they were retired I would imagine and she looked as though she had spent most of her life either under a sunbed or on the beaches of Benidorm. For some unfathomable reason she spent an hour with her bag on her lap rooting through each of the pockets in turn. She never actually retrieved anything simply unfastened once pocket, scratched around, closed it up and moved on to the next. ...