Tudor Park, A Marriott Hotel & Country Club
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... tiny terraced houses are on offer for
a cool 7million pound! Wow. On we went to pick up our ordinary car at
Marble Arch, so we walked through Hyde Park one last time.
The car pick up proved interesting....we asked
for a full sized sedan, as the website said, an Octavia or similar. We were given a Volvo hatchback which clearly
wasn't going to fit all our luggage in it, so after ...
... be met by the most charming hotel manager and incredible Mika at the check in counter. Between the two of them our heavy bags were hefted from our shoulders while we were beckoned over to the best thing I have ever seen in a hotel - their very own candy cart! The hotel manager told us how this particular cart had been built and contributed to by all the staff in the hotel, with one of the ladies from ...
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I arrived at Heathrow at 7.00am after a flight with no sleep. Just couldn't get comfy enough.
Watched Osage County and Nebraska, both very goo and very different. Nebraska is definitely worth a watch.
At Washington, I was quite taken aback when they asked 'upper class' passengers to board first. I was wondering if I wasn't in this then was I middle or low class!!!!
From there we walked up to Trafalgar Square, then onto Drury Lane Theater, I wanted to take a photo of Russ at the corner of Russell Street and Drury Lane, I was standing in the road dodging taxis and a lady came up to ...
... and my dad is a lawyer" which got a huge laugh. Ed looked very nervous holding the match, and very relieved when it lit and immediately went out! He then had to pass the man the knifes to juggle, when the man was on the unicycle (Ed reported that the knifes are blunt). We walked along Long Acre, and then back to Trafalgar Square. At school this year Ed did art and ...