The White Hart Hotel
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- Continental Breakfast
- Continental Breakfast
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OMG what a day! Anything and everything that could go wrong went wrong. First off the weather. It was overcast, threatening to rain, and very, very cold. The wind was biting. But that was ok, because Rebecca and I had the whole day planned. We were going to catch the hop on hop off tour bus and travel around in warmth from place to place. We planned to start off at the British Library, move to The Globe and ...
... t just queue and order at Starbucks here. Someone comes up to you and takes your order while you are standing in the queue.
I think there could be a market for someone to run training courses on passing through airport security. There seem to be so many dos and don’ts which – no matter how many times you have flown – pop up to catch you out. Take another tray, put the mobile in the tray, push the tray towards me. ...
... Thanks to everyone for the well wishes on Facebook, family and friends who I’ve met up with over the last few days, and everyone for their support and love over the last few months. I’ve definitely needed the encouragement and assurance that this was the best thing to do, and I cannot wait to get started on this adventure and make the most of what seemed like a really soul-destroying decision!
All my love,
... to the North lounge and I explained our situation to the guy there and asked if there was anyway he'd let us access the lounge. He said yes providing we behaved ourselves!! Amazing what happens when you just ask nicely.
So we found ourselves a nice comfy spot and as we would say in Scotland 'cooried in' for the next 8 hours - this was 1pm and our flight didn't leave till 9.30pm. We whiled away the afternoon on the internet, eating too much ...
... this. We had to catch a train to get there. Like I said before, it wasn’t just a tower, it was a castle. It had walls and turrets and inside there were other buildings and houses. It would have almost been a little community inside back in the day. On the outer wall but on the inside there were houses where people currently lived. We walked around the top of the inner wall and through a few different turrets. It was once where the king kept the mint and where it was ...