The Antigallican Hotel
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... so no complaints here! I had a relatively nice view out of my window and most importantly it was quiet at night and in the early morning. Although the curtains are rather thin so the apartment is very light during the night from the street lamps, so if you like it dark when you sleep bring an eye mask.
After settling in, I found a Nando's for some lunch and then made ...
... to get the tiniest bit hard given the amount of alcohol and coke in my system.
Once I'm done I tell her I have to be up in 2 hours and she'll have to leave. I despised her from the moment she walked through the door, coming in here like she owned the place, she didn't ask for anything, she demanded water, demanded I grab her a towel, asking where my coke was because she "better ******* get some" ... no, it's all gone I lied to her, this is my hotel, you're here ...
... although at times she feels like she is lagging behind she doesn't have to think about a thing. She follows along and there is no stress. She has even tried to sell of her "pristine, unused copy" of The Tube map to us as memorabilia! We ended our night back on the Tube where the station was very quiet but for heaps of little four legged friends scurrying along the platform. Mice everywhere! Sending you lots of love and kisses! Mum ...
... while Diana and Olivia went on. the queues were not long so they were back within an hour. They enjoyed it although there was a fair bit of smog around. we took the bus back to the hotel and the kids had a bit of R&R while Diana and I went down to the Stanhope tavern ( about 5o metres from the hotel) which was my local from 20 years ago. We sat outside and watched the world go by. It was very enjoyable. We decided we would ...
... We decided to walk across Hyde Park to Marble Arch and catch the Red Line back to our hotel. This mile walk saved us having to go on another loop that would have taken too much time. We walked to Serpentine Lake where we saw Princess Diana's Memorial Fountain, then across the Serpentine Bridge, and across the Policeman's Walk to Marble Arch. We only had to wait a short time for a Red Bus. We went through Piccadilly Circus which is like ...