Travelodge London Wimbledon Morden
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... so no complaints here! I had a relatively nice view out of my window and most importantly it was quiet at night and in the early morning. Although the curtains are rather thin so the apartment is very light during the night from the street lamps, so if you like it dark when you sleep bring an eye mask.
After settling in, I found a Nando's for some lunch and then made ...
... on us. It's ****** for Jack, it's not the money it's just the difficulty of getting it.
Next we head to the place that Jack and Ganzer had been to after that back to school party with Tess. Annoyingly there are people in every toilet, waiting to wash your hands, there's no music in the toilets either and I get paranoid, too paranoid to make indents into my coke. I cut a straw up with my keys, put it in my pocket, it'll save me time having to roll a note, it's ...
... brought for him and visited Westminster Abbey to hear the organ recital (and have a look in the Abbey without paying) the organ sounded amazing and filled the abbey with its sounds. The Abbey itself was magnificent with its high ceilings and ornate carvings and stone work. I can see why it is world known and visited by so many people. After this we went to visit Josh at his place and meet the lovely people he shares the house with. It was ...
... you can take you dog anywhere - even the pub! The owners dog Dylan was lying in the middle of the floor lapping up all the attention the drinkers were giving him. We unfortunately tried a local Ale which was so bitter haha! We couldn't even finish it, and made us feel so bloated. Maybe we won't be drinking much local beer here. Tomorrow we'll venture out into Londontown, and try get as many sights in as we can haha!! We'll see how we go. See ya Andrea and ...
... to walk to the Whispering Gallery which, we think the guide said was 217 steps up. For those daredevils, a further walk can be taken to the very top (which our son Elliott did last year). That would be a magnificent view down but not for us thank you.
The church is also known for being particularly fortunate during the Second World War for sustaining only relatively minor damage despite the best efforts of the Germans to do otherwise.
St Paul's Cathedral ...