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... fire damaged from the year before). The place is a rabbit warren and you have to crouch down to get down some stairs to find one of the bars a couple of stories below ground level. Here Rob and I enjoyed a pint of bitter cask ale which was easily the most delicious drink I've had here.
After another old, olde pub we attempted to relocate to a Mexican restaurant only to fail to find a cab and fail to hire a Barclay's Bike (though I did find someone's keys that ...
... to Cuzco. From there we'll (hopefully) do the Inca Trail and then onto Lake Titicaca, before heading over the border to La Paz in Bolivia.
We are thinking of stopping in Bolvia for a little while and taking some Spanish classes in Sucre, based on a strong recommendation from the Never Ending Voyage duo. Then possibly a trip to the Amazon from there, the Salt Flats and then into Chile. And that's about as far as ...
... to enjoy the museum and for your commute as the train ride there is a bit lengthy with a couple of transfers along the way.
Enjoy the day trip...and the strawberries, Wimbledon's treat and dessert of choice that will keep you craving more as you step onto the premises.
I am glad that we took the time to head here. My mum was proud. And I'm sure Venus Williams would be proud....definitely a day out that scores my "Love."
... The rooms had simply been closed down after the war. So they were able to preserve it very well and the museum and information is fantastic. The War Cabinet Room is just as it was. The Radio Room. Bedrooms. The Map Rooms. Amazing. It was referred to as the Number 10 Annexe. It was not built as a bunker, just fortified as they could. The location was a huge secret that never managed to leak out during the war. ...