Woodlands Park Hotel
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- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility
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Everything royal family as well meeting up with our own, Craig, Donna and Hayden. Up real early with the sunrise which is at about 4:45. Josie and Guy off for a walk along the Thames stunning morning again. Strange though nothing open, even at 7 am the only place we could find a coffee was at Waterloo station. Lots to do check in later..... Now nearly 10 PM and just walk in the front ...
... each other’s company and conversation about lifestyle, beliefs and food. So many perspectives from my past came up in response to the questions and sharing and I came away realizing that I can trust myself and do what feels right even if it’s against whatever ideals I may have at the time. That said, I love eating vegan and raw for the most part and yet I don’t want to be attached to eating this way all the time. I want to be flexible ...
Our two days in Sydney staying with friends Jeremy and Kate Eccles were great. They live on the north shore of the harbour, near the zoo. On arrival we promptly set off walking round Chowder Bay, across Headland Park (Kate was one of those whose efforts prevented this ex-military area becoming more urban sprawl) to Balmoral beach so that those who might swim could - then the walk back. Jeremy writes about visual art in general but Aboriginal Art in particular so next day we ...
... all getting tired and keen to head back . Caught the tube back to Paddington and found a fast train back to Windsor - ending up catching the bus back to our area and went to the local pub there for a taste of local Indian food which Ben & Baz had the night before. It was a nice meal and great to be inside where it felt so warm and cosy. The evening air was getting colder so I was keen to head back home. I felt exhausted and of course cold. Ben, ...
... for your new space - cheer up and smile." No sooner have i completed the purchase as the curtain is up. "Cool!" "Go!" "Crazy!" From my seat three rows from the stage, i am suprised to find myself profoundly affected by the production. I've seen the movie several times, but i never connected with it on an emotional level like now. Maybe it is the proximity of the performers, the infectious energy of their song and dance, the flurry of bright colors coming from the ...