BEST WESTERN Homestead Court Hotel - Welwyn Garden City
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- Multilingual staff
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Monday, 20th April 2015
A leisurely drive to Dunkirk with a little last minute, wine shopping.
Kathleen cannot resist a final few bottles of her favourite Rose wine, but, the bottle are loose with no boxes.
Kathleen's solution, is to put them in the bed, to stop them rolling around and ...
... I didn’t see anyone using those little paper bags in the back of the seat. I had a window seat, and although cloudy, did manage to see a bit of the coast line between clouds.
I then read a book sent to me by a member on the Hebrew calendar and its postponement rules. Many people have difficulty with this issue believing the church should set its calendar and not follow the postponements. I can appreciate their position having studied the calendar ...
... area of London.
Kensington is known to be one of the affluent places within the city as the area has some
well known expensive streets and garden squares. It is a home to plenty of appreciable attractions, sightseeing and museums including the renowned Kensington Gardens, Natural History Museum and last but not the least the Royal Albert Hall. This year the Royal Albert Hall ...
... Also saw the absolutely huge blue whale - when compared with a full size elephant and giraffe, you realise just huge it is. We also went up inside the earth - that was an amazing exhibition as you rode an escalator up inside the earth and ended up in a display all about earthquakes, tsunamis and other geological things. Looked at the ecology exhibits (loved the precious stones with quite a few opals and tiny gold nuggets ...
... going in, noting all the particulars and using a mirror to check under the vehicle before the bollards are lowered and they get into the street. No pedestrians allowed. Bit further along we saw the Horse Guards ready to set off to the palace, all done up in their impressive gear. They passed us up at Trafalgar Square as they turned up the Mall to the palace. Brits do this sort of thing so well. Continued up past Leicester Square, and along Oxford ...