The Kings Arms
Travel Blogs from East Molesey
... Summer is a skinny little 6 year old. The poor girl almost had a heart attack. Oops. I had to hold onto the dog after that. :)
After the park, we went back to the house, and watched Percy Jackson twice(Sebi really liked it), had a relaxing dinner and a nice cup of tea, and now I sit here writing this after looking at bus schedules in Scotland for the past 3 hours. Sleep is good.
... hotel, Kensington Close. I was never so happy to be arriving at a new hotel. Why I didn’t just stay here the two
earlier days, I just don’t know.
Count it as a lesson learned.
The new place was a far cry from the place I had been calling home for
the last two days. This place had
a uniformed door attendant, and I made my way to the front desk. Unfortunately, I was too early to do
so, but I had expected this, so it wasn’t a ...
... way along Whitehall which houses many of the Government offices for the UK. Number 10 Downing Street was the first stop and you can just make out the famous black door and Number 10 through the large gates on Whitehall, the security is of course very tight. Moving along we came to Horse Guards Parade which is a large parade grounds. There were two mounted guards from the Kings Troop, Royal Horse Artillery on duty at the front and also one guard inside the grounds. ...
... over obediently asking only that she be buried and not left out for the wild animals, if that was ok with her Lord. The Marquis secretly sent the child to his sister and watched for signs of disloyalty in his wife. Nothing. Several years later, she gave birth to a son. The sadistic ******* did the same thing, sending the kid to his sister and letting Griselda believe he had killed it. Again, she did nothing but continue on being a pleasant and loving wife. ...
... Come at me! In and around my mouth, even cold this was awesome. Finding our way through the maze of bright lights, we were like moths to the consumer flame, stopped for some rum chocolate before spilling into the street again, but wait..how did it get so dark so quick? We haven’t even done half the list of what’s written down.
Being in the heart of it all we went over to Leicester square and looked around at the bright lights, ...