The White Hart Hotel
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... to the sights, smells, food (with the exception of any Delhi belly type bugs) and to experience a different culture and climate. A change of climate at this time of year is very welcome although I see there is a little rain even in Delhi!
Jean and Tony X
p.s. Big panic last night when I thought I would check to see if I could close my suitcase! Phew it closed ...
... kiddies for some promised presents from Nanna and Pawa. Sam had already purchased his gift on line, Harry chose some brightly coloured soccer boots that he had his eye on for quite some time and Layla finally choosing a toy from the toy shop after changing her mind several times. All children happy with their purchases we headed home to ...
... He played a movie and music as well as a few funny little ditties. He gave interesting information about the battle of the Somme when we drove through where this had taken place. Got to our hostel in South Kensington about 4.30 and was pleasantly surprised that all seems good. Did some grocery shopping, had dinner then went for a drink at the local - the Kings Arms, supposedly a regular haunt of Hugh Grant who lives ...
Today was the first day we've seen the sun since we arrived in London.
I will admit that as a native Phoenician, the overcast definitely affected my mood. I need my sunshine!
The only downside to a sunny day in London is that the parks, well basically everywhere, is PACKED. When Londoners are exposed to sunshine, ...
... I couldn't help but stare at every building in awe.
The funny thing is that it wasn't overwhelming. I found myself comparing it to New York City. I love NYC, but it can be overwhelming with the amount of people, the traffic, and especially the skyscrapers. London has tall buildings, but nothing like New York City. The traffic was kind of bad, but I enjoyed looking at the tiny cars and the red double-decker buses ...