Tulsi Croydon Aparthotel
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- Free High-Speed Internet
- Free parking
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... would be during the day and we took many a photo and climbed onto the lions. After this we had dinner in the city, of course we chose to go to Witherspoons.....alcohol included in the meal cost? **** yes!! After this we went for a walk up to Big Ben and along the Thames. The city is stunning at night !!
So concluded our time in London, and it was now time to embark on an eight hour bus ride to ...
... in Clapham (very closely located to our flat!)
We were very early so managed to score a spot front row centre as usual. Got some blow up instruments and then went HARD!
Overall however, the conclusion was that it was no Power Ballads... although they did close with the original Time of Our Lives which was awesome. Oh and Kristy managed to beat a guy with her blow up guitar repeatedly over the night and that in itself is pretty damn awesome!
... taxes instead of the reputed £3399 (approx.) it would have cost (each) had we been rich and famous or even rich OR famous. Upper Class is Virgin’s equivalent of First Class. This was a once in a lifetime experience. We were so curious to see how the ‘other half’ live! We would finally gain entrance to their first class lounge otherwise referred to as the ‘Club House’ .
The lady at the check in was very polite. Everything was done ...
... the bag. A very awkward conversation followed which mentioned construction on the building being terrible, thanksgiving as he was American and other awkward pauses.
Fortunately we had the bag but on closer inspection we see the back part were the straps for conversion to a bag part has been ripped open. The actual bag is intact and useable but it looks like it went through a machine and got shredded. Everything inside was undamaged as it was mainly clothes. Not really what we ...
... to name a few. My self-guided stroll even took me past Trafalgar Square and the Canadian High Commission in London. I guess some small part of my subconscious must be homesick already.
This evening I am going to have my first British dinner, and try to stay away as late as I can, which should prove to be interesting. Tomorrow I'm off to explore one of the Europe's oldest wonders - Stonehenge. Keep your eyes peeled for a blog update tomorrow evening!