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In London we stayed in a little town called Hither Green. Hither Green is about a ten minute train ride to the center on London and out of the way of the business of the city.
Mitch and I got the hang of the trains and tubes pretty easily. And if you missed one train, the next would arrive in two minutes or less. Quite the change from …
... desk and asked the woman of she could tell me how to get to the Palmer's Lodge. She pulled out one of the art prints that was a metro map and shows me that I need to go from the Victoria line-blue, to the jubilee line-grey, and get off at the Willesden Green stop. So off I go, optimistic and excited. Navigating my way through businessmen, travelers, and everyday folks all going in ten different directions, skating back and forth in formation, flawlessly and beautifully. ...
... impact it had on her, and yet another about her intense mourning for him, and how it affected not just herself and her family, but the government and the nation.
By the time we had finished all four trails, it was close to 4pm, and we'd been on our feet for most of that time. Definitely time for afternoon tea! We stopped in Cafe Concerto on Kensington High Street - a bit overpriced and not spectacular food (like many cafes, it looks better in the window than ...
... I'd walk to the dorms we were being housed in for the next week, the Shaffer House. Hmmm, thinking going one more stop on the tube might have been a better option. Carrying a heavy backpack filled will books and my laptop, and pushing and pulling my 50 lb suitcase about 3/4 a mile over cobblestone and uneven sidewalks at 8 am was not my idea of fun. But I pushed on.
I thankfully arrived ...
... to my pressure points that sit on the saddle. Good to see that there are still some limits!
Graham's wife, Anna was magnificent, constantly encouraging and supporting us. She found us accommodation whenever we needed her help with it and helped us with route choices when the passage of years meant the original path did not exist any more. She took us to the airport at the start of the trip & gave us some ...
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The stay at Manna House was so lovely!! We stayed in the pink room and had our own little shower and sink. The bed was so comfotable we slept like logs. It's a bit of a walk to the station (600m) then a train journey but once you get used to it it's fairly easy to do. It's nice to stay out of the city in the suburbs. The host Lyn is so lovely and will be very helpful.
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