High Road House
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... this point we headed back to the hotel for a bit to pack up some and relax. We decided to try Wagamama for dinner, which has made its way to the U.S. but originated in London. It was tasty. It was also located near Leicester Square, which was on our list of places to see. Since we were also close to the Piccadilly Circus stop we figured we had to swing by there as well. So glad we did, if only for few minutes to get pictures. It was all lit of with digital ...
... that I am proud that I have done. Before I went away I read various articles and blogs about travelling alone, but actually doing it is the only way to truly understand it. For me, travelling alone was the best thing I could have done. That's not to say I necessary prefer it to travelling with friends as I have always had an immense time travelling with friends. Travelling alone though has made me realise I can put myself in situations that I didn't think I ...
... As soon as you enter,
you will get an affectionate welcome from the gatekeeper team. At this inn, you
can find out lavishness living at reasonably priced rates. The high class
dining services at the eating-place gives you the chance of taste gourmet meal.
The wellness treatments, which are provided at these inns, are elite ...
... height: 25.5599994659424px;">But before they left I arranged for me to cook pasta for all of us. It was my last night in a hostel and I had far more pasta than I needed. Why not cook some Essen for the Germans? Well two of.
At 6 something we ate dinner and talked and then I went to attempt to write my blog which as you can tell by how late this is failed miserably.
... we were headed and watched their gorgeous little faces as they discovered for themselves that we were at CHOCCYWOCCYDOODAH!! It was so gorgeous, Anna said "hey mum this shop looks like........OMG, mum it's CHOCCYWOCCYDOODAH!" we stopped and had a slice of 5 layer cake, coconut cake, hot choc and a sundae.....yum. We then walked it off all the way down Oxford street, stopping ...