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TravelPod Member ReviewsAbbey Wood Caravan Club Site London
We enjoyed our stay, everything was very clean and well looked after. The grounds are well set out and it is nice and quiet. I love the heated bathrooms.
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26th February - Wednesday
A better nights sleep, not too hot, the doona was good and we opened the vent above our bed.
Another nice day, but Russ had to fix the bathroom/laundry/storage space come drying room that someone broke!
24th February - Monday
We woke to a lovely day, blue skies but today we move on which is exciting and sad.
Russ hasn't been happy with the leisure battery, he has tried everything he could so he decided before we go too far afield he would go back to Steve the friendly auto electrician and ask him to check it out, but because …
... volleyball / indoor rowing courts and the badminton / table tennis courts. We had 15 volunteers each day working with us to capture the moments and record the interviews.
The weather was mixed. We had beautiful blue skies and 24-degree temps from Tuesday - Friday (which the Britts tell me is summer) which then descended into rain on the weekend. Wet weather events were a first for LYG and athletes, but the games marched on! ...
... What a coincidence! Becky of course made new friends and had her picture taken with them. They looked really sharp in their jackets!
We returned by bus to London and had dinner at a traditional British fish and chips pub.
After dinner Tina and Becky went to see the show Wicked. The rest of the gang went with our guide Melanie to walk through London. We stopped at Leicester Square. We watched a street performer: "A man with ...
... with the Yeoman (Beefeater) guided tour around the fortress grounds. The tower's history is quite a bloody one, filled with many executions and murders. It served as a prison for those who would soon be executed including famous names like Anne Boleyn, Lady Jane Grey, Henry VI, and many other kings queens and princes. We walked through an exhibit on the different torture methods of the Tudor period. One of the devices was called "the rack" which ...