BEST WESTERN The Watermill Hotel
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- Room service
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Business Services
- Free parking
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... car for 2.00pm to go to the airport and in the meantime decide to walk into Kensington. Surprise, surprise the streets are full of people. It's a lovely day and the latte set are out in force with the outdoor areas of eateries packed to capacity. It is easy to see why this area of Kensington / Chelsea is so sought after. It has a great feel about it, the roads are wide and the restaurants and cafés are in plentiful supply. The cost of freehold accommodation ...
... of course Theo is a charmer, he is just smiling and trying out words and focussed on the. Person he is with. It is a bit hard for Helen because he is not sleeping to well and she is dealing with him a lot.
We are helping as much as we can.. .
Moving house with such a young family is very difficult and tiring. We are settled in our loft which is large and light. There is an ensuite it is a bit dodge especially the shower ...
I just spent 24 hours in the company of a couple in their mid seventies, who have lived life to its fullest in a host of exotic and mundane locations around the world, and have the suitcase of photos and stories to prove it.
Anybody meeting my uncle Colin and auntie June for the first time might be fooled into thinking that here is your average older couple who have lived an ordinary suburban life, and are now settling in to spend their ...
Afterwards we went to T.G.I. Fridays. The food and drinks were delicious, the music very good. We had a blast to say the least.
Saturday morning the sun came out. We decided to discover the cultural aspects of London.
We took the metro to the Tower of London and travelled by foot from there onwards alongside the river Thames. We saw the engine rooms of the Tower Bridge, rode the London Eye and ...
... and walk into the Immigration Building. Then negotiate the roped lines....with absolutely no one in front of us. I was first. A few routine questions. How long are you staying in the UK? What are you doing while you are here? I don't really think he should have asked me that....because I told him. He now knows that David Tennant is playing the lead in The Royal Shakespeare production of Richard11 in Stratford on Avon. He ...