Travelodge Thurrock M25
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- Wheelchair accessibility
- Free parking
- Pets allowed
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... Fiona Shaw was in the audience with us. For those of you who don't know her, she played Aunt Petunia in the Harry Potter series. So that was cool. After the show, we headed back to the hostel to head to bed. This all felt like it was just one big long day. Quick view of tomorrow; Trafalgar Square National Art Gallery Covenant Garden Market Tate Museum Globe Theatre (so cool!!!!) Talk about "the Changling" And lastly seeing "The Changling" at the Globes newest ...
... day. we finally went into the JP Morgan Media Centre a marvelous building on the grounds over looking the pitch where the media and broadcasters narrated and journaled the games. After our journey to Lords we went to the Octagon, the top sport industry in the world it seems like. Handling events, sponsorships and anything in between. Having some of the biggest names to game of sport and some ...
... Day. It was then time for some shopping so we caught the train to Harrods. Mum shopped at her favourite store again, cath kidston. I love looking at all the beautiful expensive designer stuff, and actually getting to touch them! The one thing we are struggling with is how hot it is inside buildings and on the underground, the humidity also makes it uncomfortable. Once we had spent some money it was back to the ...
... but you'll have to wait & see when the pictures are finally posted. The Sherlock Holmes shop next door has some great mementos for sale and as much as it would have been great to take advantage of the strong NZ dollar against the GB pound, I was still not prepared to pay £50 for a SH hat ($100 approx) or a similar price for a walking stick with the great mans head carved on the handle. We then ventured out again into a very cold wind and took ...
JChow's last day in London for awhile so we decided to go to Brick Lane for a curry. There were six of us in the end being Laurence, Katie, Kristy, Suzi, Jess and I and we walked along Brick Lane being hassled by the locals until we settled on three bottles of wine, two beers, entrée, main, rice and naan for £10- not too bad a deal!