Gatwick Turret Guest House
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... done like this. The actors were amazing. Our King Lear was the butler from Fresh Prince of Bel Air and he was outstanding as were all the other actors. It rained on us, softly at first then harder and then finally it stopped. We were not covered. Sigh. Still the performance was just riveting.
We have an early day tomorrow. I will try and write.
... in Oxford) and of course, rabbits, ducks, geese and swans. I am sure Cheryl has more photos of me stalking these animals. We looked at Diana's Memorial Garden where heaps of children were playing and then crossed back over to the other side of the lake as there was a swan preening himself on the path (see photos). More showers arrived so we started to make our way back to the hotel via Speakers Corner. As we walked along we heard a chopper overhead very low and circling at tree ...
what really got me to buy their product was the fact they allowed my try
virtually anything that was available there.
The salesperson was rather helpful
and yes a bit pushy too. That said overall I felt the products from Sakare are
worth every single penny that you spend on it.
... Drive to have a look around some of the stores. We also popped into a Ponderosa for an 'all you can eat’ buffet lunch. I was too nervous of the coming flight to properly enjoy myself, but Laura made the most of all the choices, and filled herself up!
After this, we drove over to a mall we’d visited on our last trip which had been pretty ******, and discovered that it was even worse. It was called ...
... am constantly surprised by the quality and variety of cuisine in London. I think you could eat a different nationality every day for a year.
We spent the evening walking around the West End, looking through China Town and Piccadilly Circus. In the morning, in a bit of a spur of the moment decision, we made for Greenwhich Village and the Royal Observatory. Having been there in September, I was already familiar with the exhibit on the invention of time and the longitude ...