Thistle St Albans, The Noke
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- Swimming pool
- Room service
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility
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... evening with them.
On the last morning we sat beside two American women at breakfast who had their backpacks stolen as they checked into our hotel. They only left them for a few seconds on the footpath after getting out of the taxi. Lost their money, passports, jewellery, the lot. Suddenly didn't feel so bad about the Paris incident. Picked up hire car to drive to Devon and up to see Marty.
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... it was interesting to explore it with dad. We even did a few new things as well, such as dropping by the British Maritime Museum.
The Maritime Museum is definitely worth a visit. First and foremost it is free! On top of this it has a really cool collection of maritime artifacts - such as the Queens royal row boat - and really interesting special exhibitions. The one that we went to was about the Royal Navy in the time of Lord Nelson. Lord Nelson, as many of you ...
... plane due to their easy access and proceeded to change into our loose travelling togs and settle down for the 9 hour flight. The service on the plane was very good - service on BA can be variable, the lunch and wine very tasty and we were glad to be on our way home. A bit of a snooze and some films helped the time pass, but I think long night flights are preferable because you sleep longer and we were more aware this time of the length of time the ...
... later that Dad had some seizures in the ambulance. At least I know that since he had already lost consciousness by then, he almost certainly wouldn't have known about them. Nor, later that day when he was transferred to hospital in London and had emergency brain surgery, would he have been aware of that. He had gone already by then, really, in bed.
Mum came back home for a couple of hours to have some Christmas dinner and a rest. Then we had a big ...
... off at the Waterloo stop, and headed over to the London Eye. Dad had booked the tickets on his iPad, and the ticket confirmation hasn't come in yet. We weren't aloud on the London Eye until the tickets were confirmed, so we went for a little walk. We walked down under the London eye, and across a bridge. While we were crossing the bridge, a River tour cruise boat thingy went under the bridge, and Becky waved like ...