The Railway Tavern
- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Free parking
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... chilled out, Eliza messaged us saying they now had other plans. We had a walk around over the other side of Oxford st and got a message from Eliza saying they were at a bar near the London bridge, so we went there. I didn't drink anything as I was still not feeling great with my cold but josh had a few and we caught up with Jen Eliza and freya and heard about their trip. Also a couple of other Baxter people were there. We walked down the road to a quieter bar and got dinner. I got ...
... how big Taylor Henderson had become. That kept him for a few moments. He went on to sign other people's stuff and I had a look at my photo. It didn't take. I was so upset and really wanted another one but he was getting closer to his car. I asked him one more time, but as I went to take another photo my camera died. How unlucky can you get! This moment was when I said 'ah, my phone died' out loud, and got a response of a tap on ...
... mom and I went to the store AGAIN to get dinner and we were welcomed back to our rented flat with a puhhvhhh (Leah puked right in front of our faces). At least Leah made it to the sink. Then we started a new house rule-puke in the toilet because there is no garbage disposal. My mom was the only one who could stomach the clean-up. And sure enough we forgot to buy paper towels.
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... rear mirror pretty quick....and it was highway all the way to the chunnel so I set the cruise... a little faster than before....should get there a bit quicker....who knows might be close. Well it was a nice ride...got a lot of looks...think it was the socks flapping in the wind....not sure....then I looked at the gas gauge.....merdddddd. the bike displays in miles and I have GPS set in kilometers....seems I have 5 km of wiggle mileage....hmmm what are the odds. ...
... the sun. Chocolate of many varieties: Cadbury Twirl bites (these aren't available in nz) and the Whititakers choc I brought over for Nat. A chocolate icecream. And alcohol. Had a few drinks with Seb. Had a delicious Lychee and Vodka cocktail. What I loved: Simply being in London. It was amazing!!! It is such a surreal feeling to be here. I never foresaw myself doing this!! So glad I have. There's a great big world out ...