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... of common land adjoining the Thames.
Hugo was happy when the playground quietened down.
4 locks, 5 miles, 3 lift bridges
Tue 22nd Oct
We had a late start this morning – 0925. A hire boat had gone past, but they had only gone as far as the boatyard, and Isis Lock was full and in our favour. As we were operating the lock, some Japanese people were showing interest, so we gave them a leaflet "How do locks work?"
... it was for the church service that was about to start and there was no tourist access on a Sunday. Ah we'll of to church we go then!
the Abbey was amazing. Beautiful lead light windows, high vaulted ceilings and lots of sculptures. We got to look at it for an hour, for free, while enjoying the Choir singing and listening to the organ. On the way out they let you take your time and look around. The "notable" buried here was Sir Issac Newton.
Fiona wanted to visit a ...
... like us were sitting on the ground eating their Harrods food. It was well worth sitting outside in the cold as it was delicious. We headed back inside to grab a couple of things.
We then made our way through Leicester Square to Regent St where the shopping started and then onto Oxford. Our favourite store was in sight by now you should all know it……..Sports Direct, it was a big one ...
... gardens and gardens and lakes, and glass houses and rockeries and all sorts of cool ideas!! So easy to think how it will work in our place now, hopefully our enthusiasm will continue back home! It is still funny to see the plants we grow so easily at home in the glasshouse. And even stranger to see weeds like Lantana and Gorse grown as a garden shrub!
Anyway, after a quick whirlwind tour, we headed off tour next stop - Brooklands Motor ...
... markets one morning with Tina. We went on a weekday so we avoided the weekend crowds. All the stalls were still open, so we just explored around and said "oh you should get this!" or “I should totally buy this!” and then end up buying nothing. The market itself is a sprawling maze. Most of the stuff they were selling was typical knock off clothes, decorations and knick knacks. But it was cool to just explore and take in the sights and sounds. I ...
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- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Free parking