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... farmer's fields.
Wednesday we continued on towards Wisbech. By morning tea we were passing through the little village of Holbeach St Marks, where a board out the front of the Community Hall invited people to "pop in for a cup of tea and cake". So we did exactly that, and had a lovely chat to the locals who meet there once a week. After cycling through Wisbech, there were very limited wild camping options and fortunately a campground sign appeared as it ...
... Ant really enjoyed it :) We then went to Regent St and visited Hamleys. We spent a long time there. It was so amazing. We both have decided we would love to work there and get to play with the toys. The lego section was awesome. Then on the way back to the hotel i had my photo taken with three police men :) Planning on going out for dins tonight and then zoo tomorrow. We have booked the lion king for Wednesday ...
... are nearby,you can make your sightseeing a great experience. The property looks very good with its antique glaze. The rooms are designed to make the guests comfortable. You can enjoy the plush beddings and the king size beds. The mood lightening and color scheme make the room look very good. You can enjoy latest facilities in your room. If you want more luxury then you can enjoy the ...
So here are the final stats:
Countries visited = 12
Miles driven = 4,382 miles
Average miles per gallon = 55.3
Cost of fuel = £442 (10p a mile)
Objects impacted = 2 (both in UK)
Insects killed = Trillions!
Blog views = 1,279 (213 per week)
Number of speed cameras flashed = 1 (possibly a ticket in the post!)
Tic tacs consumed = 596 (4 missing ...
... over to the Tower, which is where the phrase "on the wagon" originated. I have no idea how true that is, but it makes an interesting story.
From there, we had quite a long night. We visited a rooftop bar overlooking the river. We went to the Covent Garden area, which has rows of bars and expensive shops. We also went to Leicester Square/Piccadilly Circus, which is the Times Square of London, with big bright lights and hoards ...