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... area we started at. Sigh. Anyway, made our way to Harrods to oogle the amazing store and back to the accommodation. No room to swing a cat, but comfortable. Dinner at the Crest Craven pub of Fish & Chips , Pork Belly and Warm English beer. Slept well after a long day walking. Highlights of the day: Heathrow express to Paddington, London Eye, changing of the horse guards near 10 Downing St. Beautiful sunny day 25degrees. Tanja got sunburnt nose and a good dose of hay ...
Less than a week after resigning, I'm still not sure if this is a good idea. The idea is to never work again, and while I've got a few quid in the bank now, not sure how long that will last. Anyway it's time to start on the prep work. Well, actually it started a week ago - here's my checklist so far
- Quit my job ...
We spent Friday strolling around Kensington Gardens, featuring lots of grass, water, and monuments, including the Albert Memorial (in honor of Prince Albert). From Wikipedia:
The Albert Memorial is situated in Kensington Gardens, London, England, directly to ...
... accommodation, until it was abandoned in 1995. It was restored and turned into hostel accommodation in 2004. There are lots of nostalgia items around the building - old biscuit posters and tins in the restaurant, various old ornaments on shelves & windowsills, and a suit of armor on the first landing on the staircase. I haven't come across many hostels with character before, but this one has it for sure! After breakfast in ...
... the war effort remain as it was left. A great interactive experience for the kids, and Tony in war time heaven. We then made our way through St James park to the Guards museum. The kids got to see some military practising their marching, but were not keen to view 'another museum'. So Aunty Sandra and i relented and took the boys back to the park, where they found a lad who was feeding the pigeons and the squirrels. He happily shared his supplies and the highlight of the day ...
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