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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
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- Wheelchair accessibility
- Free parking
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Steve and I have lived here for 17 years - it is the first home we bought together.
Love the house, the town and the property. 2 Acres of nice wooded land - lots of room for the dogs to roam and creates a park like atmosphere for us to enjoy. House is 2100 sq ft - more space then what 2 people should need but it was the perfect buy for us at the time
... aimlessly through the concourse before finding a very nice helpful porter who pointed me towards the train that would take me to Terminal 1 which was evidently the place I was supposed to be at.
Landed at Terminal one to be met by escalators on either side of me - one going to Section C - the other to Section A & B. Blank look - maybe if I look lost someone might take pity on me - evidently I have ...
... on holiday.
How long are you staying - I fly out on Monday
Back to England - no
I knew she wanted a more informed answer to that last question but thought that as this was a period of time in my life I would never get back - why not mess with her somewhat.
So where are you flying to - America - this reply prompted a look of even more utter disdain as if to say - Really - you are actually going to go and visit America!!!
Yesterday (Wednesday) I went out and about with the young ones - thrift shop hopping - OMG 0 I could have done with a shipping container - there was that much stuff I could have bought - even now I think I may need to buy another suitcase. The thrift shops here are MASSIVE (see photo) - a bargain hunters dream.
On the way home called at a coffee shop for Oreol and cream ice drink plus a ...
Day 51 (June 6) -- Not a long day on the road today. We drove around London after leaving our campsite this morning. It had some interesting buildings -- one in particular was a Delta Hotel it seemed but built on to the old Armoury and they kept the entrance as the old Armoury. Also, what river do you think runs through London-- none other than the Thames, of course.