Travelodge Romford Central
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- Wheelchair accessibility
- Pets allowed
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... showed up and claimed it, and they walked off together...she didn't seem overly concerned.
Walked out by more embassies (no photos allowed) to Notting Hill area, grabbed some snacks at a grocery (Dan loved his banana flavored milk) and took the Tube to the hotel to change clothes. I hadn't been able to see St. Paul's Cathedral (designed in 1600's by Christopher Wren) when Sara and I were here, and since we wouldn't be able to tour it and we hadn't been ...
... hoardes of people as it was very interesting and informative. The skeletons are amazing, for one dinosaur they only had the arms and talons, which was scary enough, it must have been absolutely huge, you wouldn't want to meet it in a dark alley!
The museum building itself is beautiful, it was built in 1881 and has recently undergone a bit of expansion with the building of the Charles Darwin centre, which wasn't there the last time I visited. It houses the museum's ...
... Auschwitz which will stay with us - won't ever forget what we saw. We were lucky with the weather - very cold but no rain. Again no problems with journey. Definitely recommend Southend airport. We landed 1250 and were home by 2 pm. In summary - a wonderful break - here's to the next one . Certainly not looking forward to work - night shift tonight ...
... had to wear name tags, one colour if you were looking for a room, another if you had a room. It was an interesting experience. If felt like you were in an awkward job interview. You just went up and introduced yourself, sometimes falling into others conversations. There were people desperately trying to sell their rooms, while others swagged around the bar seeing what people would offer for a place to rest their heads. As for those trying to impress, well there was ...
... soldier, in my red coat. It is very heavy, and reminds me of when I was 5, in kindergarten, and got to wear the fireman's
coat. They do not skimp on costumes, as the fabrics are heavy and very nice. The actors must get very hot in them on stage though!
The Natural history museum, located right across from the V&A, is also really cool, with dinosaur fossils and exhibits, along with mammals. There are many other sections, but the museums are so large ...