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... in particular was home to many Huguenot families, French Protestants who came to England as refugees. It was recorded that the de Ste Croix family lived there in 1800 with 12 children!! There was also the Chapel, Tudor Kitchen, and the courtyard and it turns out the Breaker's Yard Garden which I completely missed.
I caught the bus home and planned my Sunday :)
... for the airport until 11.30 with the bags ready outside our room by 11. That meant a leisurely breakfast and plenty of time to pack, something most welcome after a week of setting alarms. The reason we needed to do this was because our double glazed windows opened inwards as they do in Europe and outside them is a pair of heavy timber shutters that slide apart and come together with a stout latch. When these are shut every night, you never really know when it is morning as ...
... for the last 16 days went their separate ways and we went to our accommodation in Earls Court.
The accommodation was very convenient to public transport with a bus stop right outside and the West Brompton Train station a 5 minute walk away. The rooms were clean and comfortable but not luxurious. While we were having dinner on our first night, there was a fire alarm and everyone was ...
... posh leafy suburb of South Kensington, our two bedroom apartment is in the basement which means it's cooler, has a nice little courtyard. Very clean and nicely decorated... It's got everyone's seal of approval.
A quick sleep for a couple of hours, a quick load of washing, and then we're off to get supplies and go for a ride on the tube - hopefully it would have cooled down a smidge ...
... that I bought another one. Also bought some sox that I wore all day and loved, so also bought more of them. Found the food hall at Marks and Spencers which turned out to be like a full supermarket on the basement floor.
Then headed for the Dominion Theatre and Michael Flatery's latest Lord of the Dance show which was called Dangerous Games. My ticket was 28 pounds, and I had a very good seat on the aisle in the middle. I had to buy a t ...
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