De Vere Venues Hunton Park
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- Wheelchair accessibility
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... Wellington is buried as are several other notable historical figures. The mosaics on the floor around the raised tomb were apparently laid by female prisoners in the 1600's as part of their penance. Also buried in the Crypt are Sir Christopher Wren's & Lord Admiral Nelson's tombs. When we had finished exploring we went back to Stephanie's home for a quick change before heading out to an organic pizza restaurant in Balham for Stephanie's birthday dinner which was absolutely ...
... it, I couldn't stomach the thought of another drink. The focus was therefore on filling our bellies which was really easy to do as the portions were healthy and the food delicious. After being so well behaved at dinner we decided to head over to the bar near Vaughan's work where his colleagues were all having drinks. It was so nice to finally get to meet them all and was the perfect end to a really good ...
... Centre, in 142 - 148 Goswell Street in EC1V - told we couldn't make an appointment as we were 'rejected applicants', we were prepared for a long tedious wait. At this point, us daft punks, we got lucky (Graham loathes this record!) and we were actually seen within an hour. We'd prepped an accompanying letter this time to fully explain in black and white why we were applying now and that ...
... important wine for tonight before heading back to Chez Tilbury. Kate and the girls were there and the kids had a great time catching up. They get along really well which is lovely and we had a chance to have a good chat to Kate. Geoff made the kids carbonara and Kate (with some kitchen-hand assistance from all of us) made a beautiful salmon dish by Bill Granger for dinner. It was lovely. We put the kids to bed and watched the second semi-final of the World Cup in ...
... of the red double decker buses, red phone booths, the nice tree lined streets. London is a nice city to walk around. You have a tendency to forget that the traffic runs the opposite way, so at every crosswalk they have painted on the ground "Look Left" or "Look Right". Another thing to note is how easy it is to get around London without a car. The Tube and buses make it very easy to go from one place to another. They have a travel card that can be purchased, that will work on ...