Walton Cottage Hotel & Suites
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- Continental Breakfast
- Room service
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Business Services
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... market). Each time we ate was quickly followed by "I wish I hadn't eaten that id really like to go on that ride". Kara and I purchased faux fur head bands, a must purchase for the forecasted sub zero temperatures in Edinburgh. After leaving winter wonderland I truly feared that I would go back home 10kgs heavier. We wandered on, with a new member added to our exclusive gang, Tracey from Jordan, towards St Paul's. After waiting over an hour in the queue by himself ...
... the shot. Going through St James's Park got us out at the back of the parliamentary area of London. As we were close to Downing Street, we decided to walk is it to our next destination. By chance en route, we stumbled upon the Churchill War Rooms and decided to go in. The War Rooms were pretty extraordinary. Buried in a bunker under parliament buildings, and protected above by a massive slab of steel and concrete, this was the place where the Allies devised the tactics ...
... that seemed as big as the sea. I've endured freezing cold lakes and scalding hot volcanic springs. I could go on and on for pages about all the incredible things I have experienced! I've also been vomited on, peed on, shared a room with some epic snorers and met some very interesting characters. There have been times that I felt homesick and I had to say a lot of emotional farewells along the way. One of the great things about travelling is you get to meet so many ...
... were locked, the last opened up directly onto a wall, it wasn't a cupboard at all. No time left, I pressed myself against the wall and tried to be really small remembering I had once hidden behind a milk carton.
"They've gone. You have four minutes until the cameras are back up!"
More searching, now pulling the furniture apart. I have that scrap of paper in my hand, it must mean something.
I'm now behind a curtian in the window bay ...
London Some of today's notes are written by Fay... I'll just add in my anecdotal humour to the dot points of what we did today... Great sleep at Earls Court Holiday with an 8 am continental breakfast of cereal scrambled eggs, croissant, yoghurt etc... all great. Sat in a glass conservatory beneath blue skies to eat breakfast which was lovely. Off to west Kensington station for the tube to Victoria station to line up ...