Euro Lodge Clapham
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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Free parking
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A family got split in half at a tube station, with the day and eldest some left on the station while the mum and youngest were on the tube. The poor kid just broke down...howling and crying. Wrapped in his mum, sitting next to two other little kids and their mum. Not long after they got there, the two little kids got up off their mums knee and gave ...
... to the bus and then home!! Doesn't sound like I have done much but I have done a lot of walking!! I feel really bad but I had to tell the other couple staying here to be quiet as they stood outside my bedroom door laughing loudly at 1:30 this morning!! Maybe I am too old to be staying in an Airbnb run by an ex Uni student who thinks he is still sharing with 5 ...
We enjoyed breakfast at the Beefeater next to the Premier Inn and then met up with Jennie as arranged at church. Initially we went to Billericay Baptist but found they meet alternate weeks during the school holidays with another church so whizzed off to South Green school, conveniently only around the corner from Jennie's flat. It was a family service geared up to keep the children engaged for the holidays and was more interactive than ...
I had been to Oxford Street Many times before I even received this assignment and I went there because it is a very popular place with many shops and attractions. In contrast to what Virginia Woolf says about Oxford Street being looked down upon – many people seem proud to say that they purchased clothing from this location. There are many higher end stores like &OtherStories – an extension of H&M. I think that Oxford Street has ...
... common in the monasteries and at hight tables, but now only a few hundred survive. The centre is a burnished walnut bowl, but supposed most old ones had the silver melted down and the bowl would be cast off to rot out or be destroyed by age, fire, or neglect.
I went on to the Saxon items and saw the display on cloak pins & thistle broaches.
I had no idea how large they were. At re-enactor markets in ...