Park Lodge Guest House
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... ll gain a new appreciation for how far public transport has come, and how reliant men and women were on horses in the past. Between April and October, guests can take a free 45 minute guide tour, and learn how the Mews serves the Queen at the moment in her duties, as well as the modern classic carriages.
Besides these palaces, you can take a trip to the Victoria and Albert Museum. It’s a great ...
... pops back out. As we stared down at our cart filled with sacks of potatoes, gallons of milk, and even a frozen turkey (plus a ton more of ingredients) I looked at her and said "we're taking this cart to your house". Sure enough, after we made it through the check out lanes we began to push the cart uphill towards Kathryn's house. She was making it seem like we were committing a hilarious felony but I promised I would push it back on my way to the bus stop. Adrian gave me ...
... busiest hubs in the city.
•Queensway and Bayswater: There are numerous beautiful places to visit in Bayswater as well as in Queensway. If you are a shopping enthusiast then, the shopping hub near Bayswater is the best place for you. You can available clothing, food and accessories of various ethnic groups.
•Hyde Park: This place boasts of numerous famous tourist spots that include the serpentine lake. ...
... warm temperatures.
23 July. A bit of cloud around this morning. Suzanne drove us to Heathrow to pick up the hire car. We arrived at 10.25 and got ticket No 105 they were dealing with ticket 91, so at 11.10 we got the keys to a very nice VW Passat car with 2395 miles on the clock, Lorraine wanted to
upgrade to an automatic. Drove back to Suzanne’s,loaded up and left London for Northampton at 12.30. We dove the 62 miles up the M1 to exit No 15 and ...
... take us back towards our hotel. We got off in Nottng Hill thinking it was close to the Metres Grill where we wanted to have dinner. It turned out it wasn't very close as we walked for many blocks before arrivinhg at Metres. The dinners were good but way too much food. Jan and I each ordered the Roast Beef and Yorkshire Pudding came with it. Do any of you know what Yorkshire Pudding is? I can tell you what it isn't. It isn't pudding of any kind but is a large ...