De Vere Venues Hunton Park
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- Swimming pool
- Wheelchair accessibility
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... is gorgeous! We walked around the park for about an hour and took plenty of pictures. We even seen the guards pass (the ones heading to Buckingham Palace) for changing of the guards. Next, we hopped back on the bus and rode around till we got to Trafalgar Square. We took many pictures of the statues and fountains. We even got to see some entertainment! Then, we went to go get some lunch and ...
... of earthquakes and volcanoes. George loved showing me the gigantic Blue Whale (in Blue Zone) that Lady Paskin had taken him and his friend Jonathan to London to see when they were little boys in Great Wishford village 50 years ago!! We've been to new places too. Neither of us had been to Greenwich, and our day there was fantastic. The 'Ships, Clocks and Stars' (Quest for Longitude) exhibition at the National Maritime Museum was really fabulous, and I am now totally in awe of ...
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Good morning/ evening or night! Last night was quite the awesome experience in a small town called Carlisle! We stayed in this wonderful hotel with a park view and corner windows that resembled the suite at the Oak Bay in Victoria! We headed to a local pub for 5 pound steak night (money not weight) and had more "Real Ales"; afterward the Aussies took us to an aussie bar and we did a dance called the "Nut Bush" that resembles the Cadillac Ranch but ...
... the World Cup semis including
Brazil's Teutonic humiliation by ze Germans and Argentina's penalty win
against the Dutch (boo!).
After Caye Caulker it was onto our final chicken bus and onto Mexico and a town called Tulum.
was always to be near the end of the trip and we'd decided it was going
to be a rather indulgent and spoilt sounding 'holiday within a nine
month holiday' (you can spew now dear reader).
We spent ...