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... dark. We were the only campers, along with a few other caravans.
Thursday, we cycled into Kings Lynn, then past Sandringham House, the Queen’s Christmas residence. Unfortunately we arrived right on closing time so were unable to visit, sadly. That night we found a discrete camping spot in a Commons, just outside Ringstead.
Friday, was bright clear and sunny and we enjoyed morning tea in the very upmarket village of Burnham Market-where very ...
Out a little late, but had time to walk around Trafalgar Square before entering the National Gallery as it opened. It was amazing, just amazing. Monet, Rembrandt, da Vinci, Michelangelo, van Gogh, van Dyke, Constable, Guardi, and many more. You can see all of the free exhibits in 2-3 hours if you don't stop to read about every painting. To get through you have to keep moving and just stop at your favorites. I stopped and took photos of my favorites. ...
... youcan get additional facilities such as wine, complimentary fruit and mineral water on arrival, local newspaper and bathrobes &slippers. No matter which room you go for, you can get free entry to the fitness Centre, spa and the restaurant as well. So just do not wait and book your hotel room at one of the best hotels in the Notting hill area. Pick up your bag and be ready for a great ...
... side of the car seats)
Mosquito bites = 28 (4.7 per week)
Number of HUGE thunder storms = 12
Number of Tatty Cats befriended = 2
Number of Roosters strangled = 1 in Montenegro
Number of ice creams consumed = too many!
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... All the while, we rode the tube, which seemed straightforward enough. Around midnight, we called it a night and they made sure that I got to my station. Both guys live outside of London proper though they work in the central banking district. Charlie is about an hour, and Rich about 2 hours on the train. I can’t imagine that commute (sidenote: Rich mentioned his train pass costs him about 700 pounds a month – so maybe ...