Woodlands Park Hotel
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Nathan(2): Yah I'm easy
Noah: How does this place look?
Nathan(1): Oooh... that place...
Nathan (2): Yah... not so sure about that place
Following a few rounds of this we finally chose a Japanese restaurant adorned with gorgeous traditional decorations. The tables were even traditional Japanese ones, and therefore quite close to the ground in order for the guests to sit on the floor. To help out those of us Gaijin who are unaccustomed to sitting ...
... went to Kew (the next station) to retrieve the back pack, Marie had a shower and I did some blog. It turned out that the backpack also had Marie's computer tablet in it.
About 5.30 we walked to the high street for dinner. We each had the Fish and Chips plus an entree (not an American one) special. Marie had a shrimp cocktail., I had fried whitebait and Erika had hommus and olives and we shared ...
The ballerina silhouette was taken at dusk as we jumped through the different train stops. I already sent you pictures from Windsor Castle and Stonehenge and Oxford but will send a couple more. Well grump, The IPad will not down load my pictures from today, it says I am drawing to much power even doing it with Wi-Fi. So yesterday we went to Kensington Gardens lots of great flowers here, and ate at the Orangery a proper ...
... been repeatedly molested by John Terry (Chelsea captain and potential racist)
... flats.. what a nightmare this was to become (but more later!)
Then we started the long trek out to Croyden. This involved getting on the Jubilee line, taking an interchange and then taking a overland train and then taking a bus (and getting lost in between) but finally we made it to the Hilton... bedraggled... sweaty.. and definitely not looking like we belonged.
Rushed out for some subway and a maccas milkshake and then thank god it was time for ...