Rough Luxe Hotel
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I met a scottish-indian man at the train station, who showed me how to
read the train timings. London has underground metro/surface
train/underground train/bus... I think the best public transportation
I've seen so far..it's not at all complicated and it's very easy to get
My first day of London started at big Ben, London eye and Westminster
Abbey. They are all together, I think to give the tourists save some
time. I ...
... our hotel room. We were only 10mins off course. After walking around the some major redevelopment to the areas around Victoria Station, we finally arrived at our Hotel #woohoo! While checking in, and me not understanding a women speak with a French accent, and Colleen answering all the questions for me (like always), I decide to get a random blood nose, and nearly bleed all over the counter. After a couple of tissues up the nose, and a bottle of water, we were checked in to our room. ...
We started the day by walking to Westminster Cathedral and sitting in on part of the mass, all that history, what a beautiful church then braving the tube....it really is a pretty easy system to use. We went from Victoria station to oxford circus then took a stroll from Oxford street and down Regent street ( for all those monopoly fans!) then onto carnaby street. I didn't tell the ...
Today is the day that the 8 month long wait was over to finally start the trip of a lifetime; for month I had done nothing but save and prepare for this holiday. We all met at my friend Michael's house where his dad would be giving us a lift to the airport at 11pm. It was going to be a very long night as I would not be getting any sleep until we boarded the aircraft.
We arrived at Heathrow airport at about 2am and out flight was not until 8:10 and customs did not ...
... Americans. The following morning we bade farewell to Carolina, and moved to another hotel, slap-bang in the middle of Savassi.
Meeting Seema: this was the girl who had been introduced to us by Niketa Mehta (my cousins sister-in-law). Seema had been living in Belo Horizonte for 3 months, also on a career break, and had bought our extra four England tickets off us. We had been Facebook-ing for a ...