Aval du Creux Hotel
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... my fellow drinker who had a Chinese background), none of that lemon chicken stuff I'd normally get back home.
THURSDAY 2nd JULY
Thursday was a relatively less busy day and I said my goodbyes to my drinking companion and met up with an old school mate (Fred), who has made the big move over to London for a bit of a life change. Apart from it also being great catching up with someone I hadn't seen in ages and hearing about the move, I was also told I had to try ...
... we didn't want to carry everything, but we did memorise everything we wanted so we could come back on the last day. We did a bit more shopping along Oxford street, including Zara, H&M, and Gap. We headed back to the hotel. On the way we saw a lovely burger place so we stopped for ...
... before dinner for a drink, and then to onto dinner in the main dining room.
Video Girl thought she would never ever get sick of the sight of food, but everywhere you go there are mountains of food on display and a continual line-up of people feeding themselves, every plate piled high. She is feeling overwhelmed by it all.
Video girl went to bed about 10.30 and Limtech and Delcom went off to see a show.
HMS Belfast is a big battle ship. It fought against the German's.
It took down 1 and it helped win world war 2. We went into the boiler room. It was were the ship got controlled.
We went to the Queen's palace. It was massive.
I saw 2 guards. If there are four guards that means the Queen is inside the castle.
We went to Wellington arch. We climbed up it. It was sort of high.
We went to ...
... a well-used creative community space.
There are evidences of the changing generations and their influences on the house including part of a wall painting from the Blue House days, scribblings on the wall from a joiner and remains of painting to emulate wood carved panels by those who could not afford the real thing.
The garden, formerly derelict scrubland and car-breaker's yard, is now a fun and ...