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Having whizzed past St Albans many times on the train and looked across to see the massive cathedral on the hill it was a welcome visit to somewhere new that we did with our good friends John and Rita.
We arrived at St Albans City railway station which is about a half a mile walk from the centre and conveniently provides good connections for trains from Derby.
Our Wednesday visit coincided with market day so the centre was busy ...
... guiding the tour was funny and very knowledgeable. We followed the group until he was finished and then walked around on our own. Just being in the presence of so much history was overwhelming. The White Tower is truly beautiful and imposing.
For supper we had food the Marquis, a pub close to our hotel. Another first - fish & chips in London!
... who was sick but the smell started getting to me. We got off the London Eye and was grateful for some fresh air. The London Eye was really great except for the fact someone had been sick. That was all we did for today so we caught a train back to where our hotel was and got something to eat. We went to a steak house and of course I had steak to eat and my mum had pork ribs. The meals were very yummy and after we went back to the ...
... a Yeo man which was cool. Lots of history. Lots of decapitations. So many of our nursery rhymes relate back to that time as a way of teaching history. Humpy Dumpty was about a king (Richard the something) who had a humpback and who was hacked to pieces. Who knew???? Then we tubed it into the city. Took a stroll through Knightsbridge and Harrods on our way to Hyde Park. Strolled through the park a ways and then on to Buckingham Place. Said hey to old Queenie and then toddled down to Big ...
... s refreshing to me. I offered Kristi for me to be a stay-at-home dad in London but she said no. Hater.
The library is nothing spectacular from the outside so it's a bit misleading as it holds some of the most treasured works anywhere in the world. For instance, A Hard Day's Night by the Beatles on the back of little Julian's first birthday card. Other works included drawings by
DaVinci, the original Beowulf, Darwin's letter first mentioning ...