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... There was a lot of trains.
We got to walk in some trains.
We went to Clifford's tower. It was a castle ruin.
Zara, Riley and I ran all the way around to catch Riley. I was sooooo puffed.
We went to a really big awesome playground. There was a slide, flying fox and ...
... watch tower used for a castle, but the castle bit is completely GONE.
The tower is all that is left. When we went in I ran off, even a sign said KEEP YOUR CHILDREN UNDER CONTROL and what I did was ran off, and my brother and sister chased me I
There where 3 stories in it, it got burned and the floors where made out of wood and you can see some on the burned bricks ...
After the big drive from the Scottish Highlands we finally checked into our flat at about 4pm.
On the way we had an opportunity to reduce our luggage.
Zara said she felt sick and then threw up in the car.
Luckily it all landed on her jacket that was on her lap.
It had been wore nearly everyday for the last 3 and a ...
... building was coming along when people visited. We left before it was completed and I had never been over it. It is no longer the longest in the world having been superceded a couple of times I think. However, it was on my to do list. Now it isn't. It's got its tick.
Of course, the weather was being its usual beastly self, but as it didn't actually rain, we had a walk along the bank of the ...
... I've made a few photo collections in the past to show what a typical day was like for me, and it's a medium I enjoy.
I started the day having breakfast at the Patisserie Valerie--tea and eggs Benedict. Glorious. From that moment until 4 PM, I walked and walked and walked. First I deliberately got lost in the winding streets and alleys. One lane, called the Shambles, looks like the inspiration for ...