Travelodge London Euston
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Today after a nice breakfast and stuffing the bag full of sandwiches I made from the Buffett (mum will be proud!) we headed out to the basilica du sacre-coeur de Montmartre. It is up high on a hill so by the time you get to the top it is a lovely view out over Paris. The basilica was voted for in 1870 by the assemblee nationals and work began on it …
... canal also goes through the London Zoo and Regents Park. Spying warthogs and peacocks was fun. We found the canal houseboats fascinating and thought it would be a lovely way to live or at least a great way to holiday moseying lazily along the British canal system. From here we jumped on a double decker red London bus No.139, took our seats at the front of the top deck and had ourselves a tour of London all for £1.45. We went down ...
... literally 15 miles to the tube. Ok maybe not 15 miles but close enough... good sweat going now... Currently I'm riding the HeathRow Express which, by judging how carnivorous people are about making the trains, pay the extra 9 pounds and get business class.. AC, plug ins and a lovely man named Jeffrey pouring tea.. That last part's not true. Off to the hotel now.. hoping its not a dive and TripAdvisor is helping me out.. sharing a bathroom shall be interesting ...
... accurate steering with feather light breaks. In fact I was told to refrain from breaking most times and just let the car do its thing in the corners.
I only had three laps so didn't really get going as quick as I would have liked. I really needed a second go to get really fast times, however I was given a score of 85/100 which was pretty good. No idea how fast I went as too busy with the drive to look at the ...
... are not many straight roads.
Add to that the way that the local authority has tried to route traffic AWAY from the centre of town to ease congestion, and every time we thought we were close to the hotel district, there was another one way road that guided us back to the outer part of town. We passed the McDonalds on the northside four times, before we pulled in and tried to check the Google maps.
When we did find a hotel, they advised us of the lack ...