Travelodge London Barking
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... looking. We head in and I order a pot of Tea that Aaron and I can share whilst Tim orders a spiced chai. Tim insists we order the mini donuts whilst he gets another dessert as well. I laugh when I see Aaron sipping away on his tea so delicately and take a quick photo. That’s something you don’t see everyday, and yet I was so proud of him, and knew that if I was, jenny and John would be too, hehe. The dessert arrives and it’s heavenly and deadly at the same time. They ...
... made it to Covent Garden’s where we had a look at the stores and pubs that lined the square. After a short visit it was getting late so we were going to head to the Covent Garden square only to find out that it was an exit only station because of congestion and we had to make our way back to Leicester square which was only about another 5 minutes away. Another short ride on the tube and we were back at Earls Court to end another wonderful day of ...
... one ….. so the opposite of right up my alley! We all managed to find something, although I had to go with my second choice after the Mexican place wouldn’t let me have both beans and meat on my
nachos as one is vegetarian and the other isn’t – what is with that?? It was no Guzman Y Gomez let me tell you!! Annnd they didn’t sell soft drink in the whole establishment ….. beer and wine sure, but no soft drink. Needless to ...
... which is for him a passion. Dinner is over all too soon.
Curtain is at 7:30 and, if you’ve not seen Book of Mormon, the opening number delights. It signals, as few opening numbers do, that you are in for a great evening. Brian kills. His “Man Up” is over the top. His baptism number with Denée Benton, who has just joined the cast as Nabulungi, is the best. Nic Rouleau as Elder Price has great chemistry with ...
... excellent singing, dancing, juggling and acrobats. It was fun eating with our fingers and drinking straight out of the bowl and we all had a great night that was capped off with a disco, where the adults impressed the kids with their dance moves.
Well, today was another huge day, Roy recorded 16.4km of walking on his vivofit, but because we were having so much fun we hardly noticed that we had walked so much in such a relatively small area of ...