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... down to old london town the next day. Spent a good part of the day chasing a camera, then the movies, but dee was out earlier than expected so headed back. The movie was Salmon fishing in the Yemen, Not bad for a chick flick for as long as I saw.
London however, A Singularly most unpleasant experience. Coming from one city that was reall cool, to London(supposedly a cool place) I was dissapointed yet again. Can anyone spell pretentious tossers? ...
... by us. we enjoyed a beer and rum n coke and a nice pub-grub lunch.
then to kelsey,s dismay we realised we were just spitting distance from oxford street shopping area. oh man, this was the most crowded shopping district this arvy.... but we soldiered on. girls keen to go to topshop, miss selfriges, marks and spencer etc etc etc etc. poor kelsey, carrying around bags, discarded jackets, enduring loud thumpy music and literally hoards of young ...
... we got so excited because we knew we would be eating that type of food in Spain when we go there and the second night we ate at a Thai restaurant, the owner was so nice,. I was talking to him about my time in Thailand. He told us to visit him when we are in Thailand so he gave us his address. He was so funny, we ended up bumping into him later that night in a pub down the road. We had a tour the next day to the Stonehenge and also visited Lancock an old historic town. Some ...
... a waiting room while my crew papers etc were checked over. He walked so slowly and was so obnoxious I simply left him behind. He had my passport in his hand and it was his responsibility not to lose me, so I figured he’d soon catch up. Sure enough, he finally arrived behind me, visibly panting from having to break into a light jog to keep up with my power mince. If we all did our jobs as poorly as the USA’s customs and excise, ...
... still standing.
The hall dates from c. 1180—90 and according to Nikolaus Pevsner (in his The Buildings of England: Leicestershire and Rutland):
"It is the earliest hall of any English castle surviving so completely, and it is doubly interesting in that it belonged not to a castle strictly speaking, but rather to a fortified manor house."
The building ...
Other places to stay in Stamford
71 St Martins, Stamford | 3 star hotelfrom $185
High St, St Martin's, Stamford | Hotelfrom $130
All Saints Place, Stamford | 3 star hotelfrom $130
42 High Street, St. Martins, Stamford | Hotelfrom $134
St Martins, Stamford | Hotelfrom $154