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So this was our first day of training. With our map planned out and our rather snug budget set, we jumped on the bikes to do a London to Dorking run. Benny and I regularly have a bash around the west end and Richmond park but this was our first big ride yet. Although, the total distance of 40 miles was a far cry from some of the legs we had mapped out a week earlier.
We were feeling pretty confident. Ben was ...
... blushed cheeks and nose. He even had eye make up which just looked weird. Clint and the kids thought it was hysterical and wanted to go for it. I objected because I didn't want freaky Santa for Lily 's first Christmas photo. Thankfully there was a queue (why??) so we moved on.
After spending a couple of hours walking around the stalls we left the park and walked up to the Marble Arch and then onto Oxford Street. We stopped at a stall outside ...
... wore my self out. Even thou I rode a lot in Ireland, it's amazing how quickly your body forgets.
Which I have to admit, makes me a little nervous about going back on trapeze after so long away from it.
I then walked across the river, sort of redoing some of the standard tourism things so I don't forget that the city I live in has the London Eye. which I kinda ...
... two of the several attractions of Hyde Park. Tourists want to book their hotels nearby this place and make the most of their London trip.
You can find hotels in this area which include discount hotels as well as super luxury premium hotels. According to your budget, you may choose an accommodation. Even if you have a low budget, you will get hotels which offer comfort and good services. Several budget hotels offer several facilities and room ...
... br> During August and September, Queen Elizabeth leaves Buckingham Palace and goes to Balmoral Castle in Scotland. ( More trivia for you. Balmoral Castle belongs to the Royal Family, not the Crown, so if Scotland goes rogue, she will still own her vacation home). While she is gone, part of Buckingham Palace is open to the public. Book ahead, because the tickets sell out. Our time was 10:45. We had a little trouble finding the ticket booth, but we found it, ...