The Lion & Swan Hotel
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- Continental Breakfast
- Meeting rooms/conference facilities
- Reduced mobility rooms
- Non-smoking hotel
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Today mum, Brenda and I went to Greenwich, the river Thames, Parliament House, Big Ben and a few other things. We started our day off by going on a river cruise around the Thames. There was a guy commentating that was funny. We stopped at Greenwich and looked around and had lunch. Then we went back on the boat and got off at the Tower of London and walked around a bit. We then got on the train and went to the House of Parliament and Big Ben. Then we went home and had dinner then ...
... to be amputated. Returned for spa, cook great food on the barbie with tasty salads, Maddie has the place cards made for the table. Sit around the fire and discuss what isn't being taken on our road trip tomorrow to Dorset down on the south coast of England. Hopefully the plumber arrives early enough tomorrow, he has to disconnect the kitchen sink so as it can also be taken, Deb is OTT and running out of control, prefer the KISS method ...
... anything like this before and am ridiculously excited/ f'ing terrified. Never been to any part of Asia, never been to the jungle and never done much camping/ living outside. Got a feeling I'm in for a rude awakening. Today's part of the adventure takes me to the Dr's for my final shot, manchester airport, Doha, Singapore, and finally Kota Kinabalu. As long as I don't make a balls up of ...
... gardens and maze and hopped back into the car towards Watford to explore the Warner Brothers Harry Potter exhibit.
On the way to see Harry Potter, we had the "opportunity" to experience London's rush hour traffic along the motorway. It was awful. What should have been a 30 minute drive took over 2 hours. We made it with 5 minutes to spare.
The Harry Potter tour was incredible and well worth the drive. We recently watched all 8 movies, so everything ...
... of all adventures mapped out; well in our heads anyway. The first time that I relayed what plans we had come up, was met with plenty of scepticism. If I hadn't been determined to go travelling already, then those funny looks I received after hearing the news certainly pushed me even more to not become another one of "those people" who never followed through with such big ideas! Initial investigations into what was needed saw e-mails flying back and forward. Already ...