Richmond Park Hotel
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... different and the roses have the most exquisite perfume. Now off to catch up with the rest of the gang for a pre-dinner drink. Dinner tonight is at an Italian Restaurant called La Piazza, which was recommended by the hosts at the Old Brewery. Curry Mussels, something different, but absolutely amazing. Main course was Spicy Sausage pasta with fresh chilli. The walk home is up hill and down dale, which walks off the carbs from ...
... Palace was built in 1631by a merchant called Samuel Fortrey. Later it became a
residence for royalty to escape the public life in London for country. It is also referred to as the Red House or the Dutch House. It was first used as a royal residence in 1729 by George II and Queen Caroline as a home for their eldest daughters.
From 1728, George II’s eldest daughters, Anne, Caroline and Amelia, lived in Kew Palace ...
... TVs, telephones, hairdryers and tea/coffee. There is also a lounge
with a computer with internet, which is a bonus.
Making the most of the hotels extras, We got up this morning and accessed the
apartments free WIFI. At first there was trouble connecting, but after a quick warm
shower, there was no fuss. We ...
... roamed around the shops for a bit. There's a famous bar in Camden called World's End so we stopped in there for a drink before calling it a night. Camden has a weird vibe to it from the get go but this bar was awesome. It was a super rocker, grunge, biker crowd and the place was huge. There was a spiral staircase that took you to a loft seating area where we found an old dirty couch that we hung out on. Very interesting.
Saturday we were up and out early ...
... instead of the one that it should have taken. We are absolutely exhausted and can't wait to get home but that is still far away. We had the time of our lives and I am so glad that I have written these entries so that I can look over them with a massive smile and put the amazing story to the photos. Thank you all for reading and supporting the blog it has been so comforting to hear the feedback and excitement over the posts. So until next trip! Much love and we will see you all soon ...