Carlton Mitre Hotel
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Over the past 5 years or so, Traci has taken a very keen interest in Tudor History and has spent considerable time researching her favourite period of time. Kate has also shown an interest thanks to a favourite TV show called 'Horrible Histories.' Today we helped them build on their quest for information by visiting the Tudor period palace of Hampton Court. Hampton Court is classified as a royal palace and is located only a few miles from Dave and Denise's home, so it ...
... taught me to march to the beat of my own drum. I have loved my time in this amazing city but I hear the call of home and its time.
And so dear readers this is the end of a chapter for me and the start of a new one. Who knows what my future will hold, but if it will be anything like my past I know it will continue you to be one crazy adventure full of love and laughter.
And so this is goodbye for now,
Love to you all,
We headed off this morning with the intention of checking out a couple of shops we had seen previously. We headed into the Tiger shop which is very much like our junk shops but with a little more finesse. They are Danish and unbelievably quirky. From here we went back to Primark because I wanted to have a look around without the crowds . Consumable clothing is de riguer at the moment and not to my taste.I walked out after sifting through several racks and the sensible traveller took ...
Today is Katie's birthday.. and what did she do? She robbed us of celebrating it with her by going away with her family and Kristy for the weekend to Bushy (stupid name..) So rude.
That didn't stop me from decorating her room with balloons and streamers though (refer to picture...)
Anyway since she was away I went to Shepherds Bush with Aleks from work and had Thai and watched The Other Woman- it was actually pretty entertaining for a terrible American ...
... art including a room full of oil. Very cool.
I walked enough to make my ankles swell up like a pregnant woman, but saw a bunch of the icons like Buckingham Palace, Westminster Abbey, Parliament, the London Eye, Harrods' holiday windows featuring the Harrods Express full of posh mannequins being naughty with conductor mannequins. And a few stops at classic London pubs where I'd be the only woman outside of ...