Walton Cottage Hotel & Suites
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... and a couple of rooms were left as she had lived in them.
We carried on walking - how I don’t know as my feet were killing me! And we managed to see St James Park, NZ war Memorial, Australia Memorial, The Wellington Arch, Peter Pan Statue, Prince Albert Memorial and Hall.
To end our trip to town, we went to Harrods, were I had a spend up!! Mostly for the Grandkids - now I have three! Plus a little dessert we liked to ...
... more. It's only just been released here (not available in Australia). Then wandered back down Regent Street (full of huge upmarket shops) and into Carnaby Street, where I stopped for a coffee and a rest.
Afterwards wandered back down to Piccadilly Circus and got the tube back to Earls Court. I was going to get some photos around Earl's Court Road but coming out of the station there were police and ...
... Scott company back at the house. Yet again I can only stare at the desserts!! You think I would have learned my lesson from lunch and saved some room!Nevertheless it is a wonderful evening with great friends...photos to come I promise.
Home to bed around 11pm and we are looking forward to setting off for the English countryside tomorrow.
Oh new food tried. Why the foie gras of course. I've had it as pate but never like this. Verdict...(guiltily) AMAZING!! ...
... Grill at Park Grand London Heathrow is the perfect place for the tired
travellers who are looking for a moment’s relaxation with a couple of drinks
and some great food. The Hotel doesn’t only offer some great food and drinks
but it is also a great place for London accommodation if that’s what you are
looking at. You can book the hotel in case you are planning to visit London for
a vacation or for your business purposes. It is ...
... they suddenly stopped and broke into a tahitian dance. It looked a bit like the Haka. Very cool Sunday was a very relaxing day. We went for a walk along the river, which was very pretty, the sun was out and we stopped for lunch at a pub called the White Hart. Thats pretty much where we spent the afternoon, drinking wine, discussing the value of paddle boarding, sculling (the rowboat kind) more wine, wildlife on the thames, more wine. Quite a nice ...