The Running Horses
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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Room service
- Wheelchair accessibility
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More touristy stuff today! Took the train out to Camden for breakfast. Found this cool bar/restaurant called Q, and had a really awesome cooked breakfast. Their brunch menu was interesting, a lot of alcoholic things were suggested, so I had to try a bourbon and malteaser milkshake. It was really strong but really nice. We had a wander around the Camden markets. There was a street food market ...
... I also worked out how to take multiple shots on my camera so I ended up with heaps of photos. This became problematic when my iPad was unable to read my memory card until I clear photos off it. That cost £1 to use the hotel computer where I transferred photos between memory cards. I spotted a guy who looked like he was an All Black (not sure who, but if he is, I've seen five in three days, it's almost a thing) while I was walking around. I think the All Blacks may have ...
... an hour. I didn't think I did too badly. Two days was enough though, especially as this afternoon it turned quite cool. Jeff and Viv were swamped by tourists at the Tower of London and couldn't really get into St Paul's, it being a Sunday and the churches being in legitimate use, so to speak. Tomorrow we head off to Coventry to pick up Chanelle, our canal boat. More on that ...
... jumped on the Heathrow Express having bought our tickets prior to leaving Australia. So very easy and 15 mins later we arrive at Paddington station and off to the hotel. The hotel (la Suite West for future reference) is in Bayswater - just down the road from Paddington and parallel to Hyde Park. It is in a lovely row of white terraces and rather modern inside. Of course the rooms are tiny - but we upgraded to a junior suite so we are able to leave both of our bags open in ...
I woke up at 4:25 on the morning of Friday, the 3rd, and didn't sleep again until the 4th. The day and then some that I spent getting to London was the longest freaking day of my life. Three flights and a 10+ hour layover in Boston (an awful, filthy airport). Not at all a fan. But I guess that's what you get for $600.
That's all behind me now! I met up with ...