Antoinette Hotel Kingston upon Thames
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So as the start line gets closer not only are the nerves starting to kick in, but we are also starting to relise what we are about to give up. London, home for the last 13 years, has been the source of loooooooots of frustration. But doing farewell trips into central the last 2 weeks has thrown up some confusing emotions. Are we going to miss early morning train journeys, stuffed into cattle ...
... to some of the best shops in the city. We spied the best surprise of all-- a “Cheshire Cat” tucked away into a brick section on the wall, adding a bit of whimsy to Chester's ancient past.
Back at the “Ware-House” (aka Catherine & Nigel Ware’s home in Wimbledon), our London headquarters, Andrew scoured the internet for interesting and obscure landmarks and museums allowing ...
... to Cambridge. We arrived just before noon. There was an optional tour which we did not take,which was punting down the Cam river in large punts holding up to 14 people. Too crowded for us. So we had until 2.30 on our own. There are 31 colleges in Cambridge the older ones all in the same street backing onto the River Cam. The first one was built in 1284, so many are medieval. This street and the ones nearer the river were ...
... the guardsmen looked like teenagers though, which was a bit disturbing as they all had guns.
The castle is spectacular. No photos allowed inside though, so I've only got photos outside. It was very grand and the collection of weapons was very impressive!
When we got back to London we did a very quick whip around in the British museum until they kicked us out and then got the tube to Westminster and checked out Big Ben, Houses of ...
Up a little later this morning, and Mum and I caught the train to London Bridge to check out the Borough Markets for brekkie and coffee. Mum bought herself a cappuccino and an almond croissant. I was trying to look for pancakes as I have been craving them for a while, but there were none... As I already had breakfast at home, I bought a rich, chocolate brownie. The Borough Markets are one of the oldest, largest and most famous food markets in ...