Sundridge Park Manor Hotel, Conference & Events Centre
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The path on the app led Tiff down Dean street, then one block over to Wardour, which goes straight down to the National Gallery which sits on Trafalgar Square. At least that's where she was suppose to go. Her map reading skills were not up to par today. She ended up turning off of Wardour and walking across Orange street which takes you behind the National ...
After 192 days visiting 13 countries it's time to summarise the first half of the Thomas World Tour.
- Read 46 books
- Taken 21 flights
- Spent 272 hours on buses (11.3 days)
- Taken 16 different forms of transport
- Driven 5526km of New Zealand
- Had an incredible time so far and are looking forward to the next adventure.
People have asked us what the best countries ...
... of my journey. Nothing of NC-17 rating took place, but I'll spare the uncomfortable details and simply say that it was somewhat of a date. After dinner, we watched a movie together, drank wine, and fell asleep on one another (as is usually accidental, though this was on purpose). Though he was not married or at least did not wear a ring, I suspect he was a family man. That in mind, I made no attempt to establish a means of future communication. Some things are best ...
Ate some fish and chips, walked around the area surrounding my hotel, found some not so nice looking telephone booths. Tomorrow I think I'll go downtown London and check a few things out. But BBC one has UP! on the telly so I'm going to watch that then go to ...
After the adventures of the night before, we slept in. Before we left Wellington, we had emailed a friend, Sarah, to find out if she was still in London, which she was, and she recommended the Wimbledon pantomime. So one of our first jobs, when we arrived in London in November, was to our book tickets.
We headed to Wimbledon on the northern line. ...