The Tudor Lodge
- Continental Breakfast
- Room service
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Free parking
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We managed to sleep in until 7am today!! High fives all round! The weather has been really wonderful since we got here, mostly sunny sometimes with a bit of cloud, and if it rained it rained at night while we were in bed. Don't get me wrong, it's been cold, but definitely not as bad as we expected it to be! Today's weather is more like the weather we were expecting! It's very grey, drizzly and there's an icy wind blowing. ...
... then checked out. I remembered that I had Jenny's "Hope Post" postcard destined for Northern England - a little rain damaged - so I made a sign for it and stuck it to the window of the reception window, with "hope" that a traveller heading that way and staying in the hostel will take it one step closer. We now needed to catch the bus to Victoria Station, where Jess would catch a train to Gatwick Airport. On the way I had to stop by an underground and put some more credit on ...
... our hotel right away from the platform. It is only a short couple of blocks away from the station. The area is smallish feeling with little corner markets, homes, a church and some restaurants. It's cute. And really easy to get from station to hotel with bags in tow! At the hotel, we arrive too early to get into a room but they put our luggage in the storage room (locked).Then we head out for some lunch and to see the blue police box that sits in front of the ...
... This was such a a huge market and we walked through it, and soon decided to grab something to eat! Jordyn and I both got a delicious veggie burger which actually was so delicious! After our quick bite to eat, we caught a tram to Blackheath and we walked through the park and into Greenwich! They took us to a viewing point of the skyline of London which was beautiful! We stopped for a while at the viewing point while we waited for Junior who we also met in ...
... some retail therapy. We headed to the famous oxford street, although nothing was purchased, a trip back there when we return will be made!
Time had passed and it was Les Miserables time. on picking up our tickets, to our great delight we had been upgraded from dodgey stall seats to fancy dress circle seats near the front! ...