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... again! The hairy armadillo digging in his burrow was also cute. We enjoyed the giraffes, okapi, gorillas, very cute tiger cubs curled up snoozing with Mum on a platform at eye-level and the penguin enclosure. We whizzed around the reptiles and the aquarium as time got short and Guy's newfound love of wild boar led us to the bearded pigs - not quite the same but better than nothing! Tea and cake revived us to keep going until closing time at 6 and we managed to escape ...
... groups would be easily accommodated and there are also deals for twin rooms which accommodate four people at a time (two bedrooms, with four beds). The cost varies depending on the room type, the dates booked and the length of the stay. The cost of staying in these twin rooms would be about $145 per person per day, which is actually fairly reasonable for London and appropriate for a school tour.
I was settled into ...
... of the road stopping the traffic, they own the road. We arrived in Cranleigh at around 5pm the motorways were busy but luckily we were going the other way. We had to ring Mick because my Navman does not want to accept post codes. They drove to meet us at the Cranleigh Cricket Ground where we had stopped. Followed them back to their farm cottage lovely, lovely place in the country. Mick said Gloucestershire had batted out the day to force a draw so JB would ...
... stand to sing and this is where the modern day term "choir" comes from. The ceiling above had intricate mosaics depicting creation. One showed the animals in the sky, a second the animals of the air, and the third the animals of the water. Humans were not depicted in the murals because they are represented by the people within the church.
While traveling to London on Thursday 04/03, the news of the day warned of a low air quality in the southwestern areas of England.
This was caused by a giant cloud of Saharan dust that had somehow floated it's way up from Africa and decided to visit with the ...