The Old Railway Station
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- Free parking
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... looking in every sports store we came across in Germany, France and Italy without success. However, he is a very happy boy tonight as he is now the proud owner Slazenger 100 Advance which he got at the bargain price of 15pounds as it was on sale from the usual 55pounds. We are sure it will be put to good use over the coming months and will make a nice memento of his trip when return to ...
... Ipswich. I can only hope it is mendable and returns to me before I sail. Sadly the Sat Nav unit also contains my reversing camera so I now have no way of knowing what is behind me and no way of knowing where I am going in front.
To add to my woes, Treacle has been rather ill and has passed a lot of blood so today there had to be an emergency visit to the vets. She is on antibiotics and steroids and hopefully this will settle her down. Is there anything else that can go wrong?
... on the nearby traffic island to capture the moment. But it didn't take long until it was our turn. Ben was thrilled.
Afterwards, we walked to the nearest underground station to catch a train to Hampton Court Palace only to discover a bus had replaced the first part of the trip. Another detour - this time a Beatles souvenir store opposite the bus stop where Alex bought a pair of cool blue John Lennon style glasses, Ben bought a hat and Charley bought... You guessed it- ...
... Street which is the most famous address in the world. It's where the prime minister of England lives. We also went to the science museum and saw loads of cool stuff. We went on the flight 360 simulator (and in the video most of the screaming is me). We are missing you heaps and we miss you. Still sore over the Liverpool match See you all soon, ...
... mistakenly thought that the keeper was off duty. Being unable to operate it by them selves, they came out again.
As we passed the Olympic rowing lake at Dorney we noticed that the temporary bridge across the Thames had gone, and the moorings were back in use. Good.
We shared Boveney Lock with the two canoeists and we left them behind before the run through Windsor. The Queen was in, as evidenced by the Royal Standard flying from the Round Tower. We ...