Chelmsford Serviced Apartments
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... They had everything you could imagine from cheeses, meats, olives and fish to beautiful flowers and plants to clothes and bags. The market is every day but Friday and Saturday are the biggest days. Of course I also had to go by the famous blue door from the movie Notting Hill.
When the kids woke up, Nolan was complaining and crying saying his ear hurt so off to the pharmacy we went. We decided to wait until the next day to see if it got better before ...
... see on our way down.
We spent the afternoon touring the Tower of London learning all about it’s history with London, the various Queens who were beheaded, and so on. We saw the crown jewels and walked along the tour wall.
Tonight we participated in Vintage Bus Christmas Light Tour of London. The number of Christmas lights could be counted on one hand haha, but we had a fab time. Our guide, David, was just fabulous and gave us a very ...
... As always photos really cannot capture the sheer size of the place with a mix of ancient buildings and natural desert landscape features and words just don't do justice to the awesome splendour we enjoyed for 2 full days. It's difficult to select just one highlight but I think for me it was that last climb up away from the main trails searching out the track that led us to the view from above the treasury, but it wasn't just the view it was finding a little camp set up by one of ...
... to say...I enjoyed the beer once we made it through the queue.
We travelled 2nd class on this train, the First class was too expensive considering how short the trip was, but I wonder if the First class people had their own kiosk, as the line we were in was very long and they had run out of parts of the menu very early.
Once in London, we found the train that took us to our hotel. It was the same one Mum and Dave ...
... s wedding dress, some dresses from the Queens and Princess Diana and the King's staircase. But I definitely wouldn't have needed 3 hours! After that I decided, hey let's walk in Kensington Park for a bit. Would kill to jog here everyday, so beautiful. So I see a sign for Diana's Memorial Fountain. Ok cool, let's do it. So I walk, walk and walk. Then I get sidetracked by this massive gold arch statue thing (still don't know what it is!) and it pops me out in front ...