Rose and Crown Stoke Newington
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There are 30 varieties of Champagne as well as top European ‘tapas’ style cuisine for you to enjoy which, of course, all come at a price but the incredible view makes the experience priceless. Whatever your agenda, a drink with friends or a romantic night with a loved one, Vertigo 42 is guaranteed to take your breath away.
We all met downstairs for our last breakfast in this stately home. Once again we had a full day of activities ahead if us. On the bus and away by 8.30. Another beautiful morning, no mist today and the sun just coming out. I wandered outside into the gardens and took some photos ( especially for you Ross), the gardens looked great even though it is not the best time of year as the summer colour is gone. The trees and the vistas are stunning. Away we went with some of the staff ...
... of the body, I did okay. We both tried the interactive stuff and got a kick out of some of our results - ha ha!!
We now know for sure that we are getting older. We needed to get our last withdrawal of cash from Barclay Bank on Charing Cross Road. In order to get to it, we had to go out in the street to get around a crowd of anxious admirers waiting for someone famous to either arrive or depart. We neither knew, nor cared, who that might be!! Sigh!
... br> We began listening to an expert in the field, Dr Ellie Cosgrave, describing her work as an engineer collaborating with designers, sociologists, planners, architects, psychologists and more on developing a plan of how to re-engineer cities like London for the future. Dr Cosgrave spoke of how it needs to come down to what people want, and giving them the power to decide what that is. She got us to list attributes of ...
Today we caught the express north to Oxford and it was everything we expected and more. Only 60 minutes on a fast train and a power snooze (why is there always a need to sleep on a train?), we arrived in the University town and it completely redefined our idea of a 'university'.
Oxford is is a bustling town with a blend of tourists and students. Groups of late teens abounded as Oxbridge has begun where lucky ...