De Vere Venues Hunton Park
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... Back at the hostel I checked out my room and which was much more spacious than the previous hostel and even had an ensuite!
Before heading out to the show, I had a bit of a yarn with one of my roomies (more about that later) and organised to grab a few beers on Thursday.
Now most Broadway shows start at about 7:30pm and Wicked was playing at the Apollo Theatre so like most things, I utilised my Citi Mapper app and aimed to get there by about 7:15. Things ...
... country and visit Leeds Castle. Train travel out of the 1st two zones can be quiet expensive but we managed to get group, off peak return tickets at a reasonable price. So we explored the castle, saw a falconry display, got lost in a maze and had lots of fun. On the way home we walked to a historic little village, Hollingroud, and tried out one of their pubs. A really relaxing ...
... receptionist greeted her, "Video Girl, Miss Delcom has organised a little gift for you, what a lucky woman you. Sanja is waiting for you in room 4.
Video Girl opened the door and was welcomed into a beautiful warm room with relaxing music playing. She was in for a treat.
Sanja said, 'How marvellous of Miss Delcom, to give you the gift of a bit ...
... Hill. We walked along one side, went up the Tower and proceeded to listen to the blurb on the history etc.. there were a lot of comparisons with other bridges throughout the world which was interesting and a very cool walk along the glass floor above the traffic way down below. When we arrived it was raining but had stopped when we came out so continued on 'The Queens Walk' along the river to Borough Markets again. Our mission was to buy ...
... things about the place. Again, we did this with London Walks.
We had spied a shoe shop that sells tiny grown up shoes. So we went there after. My size was the LARGEST that they had! I KNOW!
The Abbey itself was pretty amazing, most amazing for me were the crypts, they were mostly placed there in the 15th and 16th century. So many famous people are buried there. There were also a lot of memorials to significant people.