De Vere Venues Hunton Park
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... has been lovely the past few days, cold and clear and bright blue skies. Ice everywhere in the mornings, didn't really thaw at all yesterday. Today was a bit cloudier but also a bit warmer. Went into Trafalgar Square and Covent Garden this morning. Tourists everywhere and really annoying so we walked back to embankment and got the boat back to Greenwich where we bought some nuts and went to feed the squirrels in the park. Very cute! Lunch ...
... I was telling them how it would be so fun to go back to school now and just have a very different perspective after working for a few years. We also talked about new and interesting businesses, meditation, mindfulness and spirtualitity. It is so nice to have so many different friends as I learn so much. It was so good to catch up with them and it made me want to move back to London just to hangout but I know ...
... Louise needed to answer the call of nature. They kept asking people where is this pub but no one seemed to know. Well fortunately there was a pub called The Volunteer so they spent a penny and we had a recovery drink, gave Cousin Louise a hard time for the lack of local knowledge when the penny dropped, Charing Cross, that's where it is. This time we used the underground to Charing Cross, looked around The Strand and entered the desired pub. We sat at ...
... in Whitechapel and down some dark and dingy alleyways which would have been so much worse in 1888. Not sure that I would walk down them now days at night.
By the time we got home it was after 10 and we hadn't had dinner. Thank God for Tescos and their ready made meals, they came through again for us. It was after midnight by the time we got to bed and get woken up every morning by the neighbours. Going to be another long day tomorrow. ...
... past Westminster, Buckingham Palace and finishing on the Mall in London. We moved towards Buckingham Palace about two hours before the estimated finish to get a good place to stand and watch the tour finish. The cyclists rode 155 km (96 miles) today at an average speed of about 25 mph on the flats, an astonishing physical feat, actually. To think they will do this almost daily for three weeks! I'm so impressed ...