Point West Apartments by Crown Lawn
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... the bridge and over towards the Tower or London which is huge and looks like a castle in the middle of the city. We then went on the underground for the first time and went to Liverpool station to meet Ron and Abi's friend Judith who had just finished her shift of metropolitan cart witnessing at the station. She shouted us out to lunch at this really nice fancy pub called weatherspoons that's at the train station ...
What to do in London for 9 hours? We took the high speed "tube" to Paddington Station, which seemed like a nice busy place. Great way to drop CDN$60 on the transportation. We wandered through Hyde Park, Kensington Park and palace (where Diana stayed after punting what's-his-name). Then the important part -- off to a pub for fish n' chips and an IPA. We wandered around a bit more and ended ...
... of history that shapes our lives everyday. Brett, the verger, (a quintessential English clergyman if ever I saw one) took us on a guided tour of the tombs if the kings and queens of England, again so many famous names: Edward the Confessor, Henry V, Elizabeth I and Bloody Mary in the same tomb, the princes from the tower buried in 'innocents corner', it was history in every step. From Westminster we headed home (I mean ...
... down. Take a walk down the park to
know what peace looks like in the same city that is bubbling with life on the
near the park is a great place to relax and the waters are clean if you are a
hygiene conscious traveller. The pool is designed both for adults as well as
young kids. Moreover the river offers boating activities. The boating
activities are mainly taken up by families with young children and ...
Today we dined out for breakfast, packed our bags ready to drive to Gatwick as we fly to Dalaman (Turkey) early tomorrow morning. We are all very excited about our cruise, the weather is still lovely, no rain which is very unusual. We drove to Gatwick leaving Helpston at 5pm after visiting Tony & Pat(Tony has terminal cancer) Ian & Diane's neighbours, everybody has made us very welcome. We arrived at our hotel about 10pm as we stopped for dinner at the infamous Toby's ...