The Brent Hotel
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- Continental Breakfast
- Room service
- Free parking
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... remember Becky’s sister, Claire, who visited us briefly in – ? 2009, maybe.]
The wedding was held in a fabulous venue, the Grim’s Dyke Hotel, which was built in 1872 and was the home of W.S. Gilbert (of Gilbert and Sullivan fame). The strange name comes from a nearby pre-historic site called Grim’s Ditch. The house is in 30 acres of land, a mix of lovely gardens and forest ...
... dinner in the Weatherspoons. Checking in was a confusing experience and we didn't have our passports checked until we boarded the plane.
Flight was very long and boring especially the 8 hour stop over in Oslo airport, no where to sleep really and it was very bright, also nothing open when we landed so had to wait until the next morning to get food. Very tiring!
... went for short walk and found a Marks and Spencer's, Sainsbury's, pubs, restaurants galore and Earls Court tube station, so all very handy. Decided to eat in our apartment tonight so kids can get to sleep. Will do a little planning for tomorrow then might have to hit the hay myself. Tomorrow we will take it easy and check out some of the sights of London. I will also take some decent pics to ...
... to Hogwarts. If you disregarded my advice to stop reading, and you’re still not a Harry Potter fan, I’m referring to the fact that I reached Platform 9 ¾! (We’ll try to pretend my heart didn’t break a little as I realized that this platform is not actually between platforms 9 and 10…) Anyways, the barrier did not let me through, but instead of stealing my father’s flying car to get to the castle, Em ...
Well, hello readers!
It's 1.30am on Monday 17th March (the day I'm flying out) and I am having an absolute mare packing. I'm now on version 10...I think I pack light but clearly not. It's the amount of toiletries that's weighing me down (you were right Adrian White!!!) and not actually the clothes...rah! Sod it, I'm going to Brazil with a heavy backpack and I'll just have to deal with ...