Henry Short Stay Croydon
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... selfie with all 11 of us together, and it turned out awesome! I can't believe I go home tomorrow! I never want this holiday to end! But I am looking forward to my own house and some normality, just don't want to go back to regular life. We are taking Elliot to the park tomorrow and then just packing up all our stuff before our flight. I am still trying to work out how I will get everything I've bought back home. I'm off to bed now and will worry about that ...
... We had lunch at The Hard Rock Cafe London that afternoon. "Love All Serve All" was written on the wall behind Eric Clapton's guitar. Rio had checked out the menu on line the night before and we both now vote it as having the Worlds Best Veggie Burger! We bought sweatshirts in the Rock Shop as Stereophonics played Don't let me down in the background, an amazing Beatles cover. I looked around and it was as if the whole store was swaying to the ...
... a photo of us, and informed me that he had chosen the colours (which I am dubious about!). I have no idea where he found such a wicked gift, and he refuses to reveal his sources. It is without a doubt the most adorably lame present I've ever seen! Thanks beb x
Sunday was another moving day as we had only booked our apartment until the 17th because we were supposed to have finished training by then (but had an extra week because of the strikes). We are now in a hotel ...
I had the best plate of British food I've had all year and if you ever find yourself in a Red Lion pub I recommend you try one yourself. it was a three pie, three ale tasting plate!
Steak and Ale PIe - ESB Ale
Chicke and Chorizo Pie - London Pride Ale
Chestnut Bourguignon Pie - Honey Dew Ale
On my way home I did stop off at Paddington station to get a selfie with the original bear ...
... him as it’s to early in the trip to be weighed down by too much extra luggage.
We walked a couple of km’s down the road to the Science Museum, the kids and Shelton had a wander around the exhibitions while I made the most of the free wifi to sort out a few details for our Campervan hire next week which is proving to be a nightmare to organise but I'm sure once we hit the road in our Road Snail and head South it will be worth all the ...