Travelodge London Chigwell
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- Wheelchair accessibility
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... and the monument to his much loved cat. Royal courts of Justice, Twinings tea shop, Prime Henry's room built in 1610 from timber and the only timber house from that time that has survived. The Cheshire cheese pub which was originally built in 1621 where Mark Twain, Charles Dickens Conan Doyle etc... drank. St Paul's cathedral which was a very impressive ...
... the Tower of London, and then lunch at a cute café on Elizabeth's dock. Afterward we went and saw Westminster Abbey, Big Ben, headed then to Piccadilly Circus and booked our seats for wicked. Trafalgar Square was next on the agenda before we headed to London eye, green park and Buckingham Palace. We had also visited the borough markets which was sadly closed :( xox Em and ...
... short time in London. But it had nice warm soup options, including "Texas" chili (which I did not try, but was tempted to compare). I got the chicken pot pie soup, and though a bit different than expected, it was good. We then walked across the street to a Starbucks for some hot chocolate, which wasn't very good, but again it was warm. We decided to head back to the hotel at that point for a couple of hours of down time before heading to the Harry ...
... who are likewise big fans and conversant in the most intimate aspects of both books and movies. (Armand’s first BIG read was Harry Potter. Fifteen years ago Norma kept trying to get him to read it or read at all, and he balked. He had just gotten his learner’s driver’s permit which required a licensed driver in the car to drive. Norma, in a classic bit of parental blackmail told him he could drive ...
... with a chair that looked open....I asked the flks next to it and it was. Wahooooo...as I went to grab the chair...I looked to me right and an elderly gentle man full of badges on his jacket was looking at the chair.
I simply looked at him, the chair, pulled out the chair and said 'Sir, for you, least I can do." He gave me a big smile and sat down. I figured I would find another so off I went. Well after walking around in there I ...