BEST WESTERN The Watermill Hotel
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- Free High-Speed Internet
- Room service
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Business Services
- Free parking
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... Mile’. As Roger tried to apt his pallet for Scotch, I was taking every chance to drink a Guinness; a newly formed love of mine. In one of the mornings, despite Edinburgh’s trams running around it’s streets, we bought a bus ticket for the day, and decided to stay on until the last stop. This not only took us through a lot of suburbs across the city, but also dropped us on the fringe, where we were then at liberty to walk into the countryside; and that ...
Started the morning with a walk again, timed it better this morning and had a coffee along the Thames. Great morning again, no rain forecast and looks good until Friday. Funny that, we leave Friday, how cool would it be coming to London having high 20's everyday and not a drop of rain. Jenna has been itching to have a good shop since we arrived. Every shop selling British stuff is like a magnet! In particular, she has an obsession with key rings - big ...
... that took us right to Brixton as well, so that was a much better option. Brixton also doesn’t have a great rep with rioting and trouble in recent years, but it seems it has picked up its act, and we loved the atmosphere and vibe here. Mikey is already talking about how much he likes it here and is looking into getting his national insurance number and seeing what jobs are available online, and said he would love to live in Brixton! I’ve told him we will probably say ...
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 ...
... went down so many floors and turned into cellars. After a few beers there we headed to the second oldest pub The Olde Cock Tavern, where I drank my first warm dark ale. It was just as I suspected, terrible. But I forced it down anyway just for the tale to tell! Then we ended up doing a massive walking lap of London and saw all the typical sights, St Paul's ...