Avalon Stansted Lodge
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... Square. It was a beautiful spot to spend the early evening eating and watching.
When it was time to leave the rain had cooled off and I walked the new freshly wet streets of London to Holborn, which is probably my favourite time of London.
Tonight I am off to the Freemans Church to see an event called Letters Live.
Letters Live is an annual event, which began in 2013. It's a series of 5 evenings, where a different set ...
... has been lovely the past few days, cold and clear and bright blue skies. Ice everywhere in the mornings, didn't really thaw at all yesterday. Today was a bit cloudier but also a bit warmer. Went into Trafalgar Square and Covent Garden this morning. Tourists everywhere and really annoying so we walked back to embankment and got the boat back to Greenwich where we bought some nuts and went to feed the squirrels in the park. Very cute! Lunch ...
... running through the middle of it! Lovely bell bird singing. Went in search of the Te Mata mountain lookout. Went all round it but never found the way up. On to Ocean (Pacific) beach. Lots of people there but all in one flagged area. Strong undercurrent there, so can be dangerous. Walked along the beach, paddling - pleasantly warm - temperature about 23, but strong sun, so didn't stay out too long. Back to Napier for a few more photos, made our own meal, relaxed listening to ...
... as most of the new buildings are stunning! The Eye moves so slowly through its cycle (taking about 40 minutes) that there is ample opportunity to take numerous photos and take in the views (I'll put these up as soon as we can sort out our camera to iPad connectivity issues) And we managed to get home to Aunty Stephanie's house in time to be there for when she got ...
Turns out there isn't any street signs in London, they are just stuck along the sides of buildings which makes life difficult, and the green men at crossing lights don't make a sound so you actually have to pay attention. After people saw that I was clearly clueless and offering assistance I made it down the road to Clink 78, proceeded to my room and then reality hit a bit hard. I was in a 4 person room (2 bunks) one ...