Travelodge Hatfield Central
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- Free parking
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... enjoyed a hot Christmas Day lunch, a little different to the cold lunches that are more common in Australia. There was so much food and we all had a great time. Bekka loaded up her plate and, as everyone predicted, failed to finish. Too full for dessert, we packed up before playing some Just Dance on the wii. The afternoon to evening was spent relaxing; family time and lots of fun. Eventually we had some desserts, although not nearly as many as were expected. Bekka's ...
... a week, and fancied myself as quite the local. It was stupendous to see the little guy again, and the six month separation faded away instantly.
London was excellent. Being able to stand in front of such historical and amazing buildings such as Buckingham Palace, Tower Bridge, Trafalgar Square, St Paul's Cathedral, the Houses of Parliament and Big Ben was somewhat strange, after seeing them on countless movies and TV’s our whole lives. The city itself had ...
Found a synagogue near Marble Arch and was able to go in say a prayer for everyone, esp. the boys kidnapped in Israel.
Then off to Oxford Street. First off Pandora. Wow. ...
... 11am. The cafe is part of the stables next to the Old Palace (which was part of the real building that Elizabeth 1 lived in as a child, the new house was built about 100 years later)
I needed a cuppa to warm me up because it was a chilly 12o out of the sun. Feeling better I walked towards the big house and was really impressed at the scale of everything and how much work it must be to keep it and the gardens surrounding it looking ...
... plonk straight into bed where we slept like logs!
Day 2 of the tube strike, at Nicola's suggestion we got a bus to Canary Wharf, and got a ferry up the Thames under Tower bridge, and passing the Tower of London, Shakespeare's Globe Theatre up to Embankment. I remember doing a Thames cruise when we were here 9 years ago and absolutely freezing our ***** off, but we actually had sunny skies and it was unseasonably warm, so much so that Mikey was wearing shorts and tshirt! We ...