BEST WESTERN Ship Hotel Weybridge
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Started with lovely breakfast as usual at Leon in Kings Cross. And easily got onto the train to embark on a journey we've been planning since Yorkshire won the rights to host the Grand Depart. Seats even reserved in our name ! All it needs is date of births and we could be in ...
... and pattern. In the far reaches of one garden was "The Great Vine" which was one grape vine which filled up a greenhouse and had grapes growing on it. The "stem" was of a very large diameter and the vine itself was several hundred years old... I have forgotton, but I will try to look it up later. We walked around to the other side of Hampton Court gardens and found the indoor tennis courts ...
... nothing is wasted. St. John's is interestingly located in the butchery district of London & is housed in an old butcher house. Chef Fergus's focus is on making delicious British food & doesn't want his diners to be distracted by fussy decor, so everything in the restaurant is white & appears sparse. The signature dish here is the roast marrow bone - it was served with a refreshing parsley salad ...
... heaps! A quieter day tomorrow was planned and needed.
Tuesday 5th November
We woke to a cloudy rainy day in London. We were beginning our day with coffee down the road with Eliza and Ollie and her two children Beatrix and Sebastian. We had a lovely time chatting and playing with Ollie’s little ones. We ventured back to the flat in the rain, wondering if our plans needed to change but by the time we were organised the rain had cleared and ...
... lock we found a boat across the weir and we towed them off. They had been swept there by the very fast flow in the Sheepwash Channel. It was difficult to make progress against the flow, and we discovered later that there was work going on at Osney Weir, which was closed, and they had directed all the flow instead down the Sheepwash Channel and the Mill Stream. Heavy rain didn’t help, and the low railway bridge meant that we could not put up the hood.