Marriott Cheshunt Hotel
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... a tremendous whack.” 26) “Success consists of going from failure to failure without loss of enthusiasm.” 25) “Character may be manifested in the great moments, but it is made in the small ones.” 24) “Men occasionally stumble over the truth, but most of them pick themselves up and hurry off as if nothing has happened.” 23) “If Hitler invaded hell I would make at least a favourable reference to the devil in the House of ...
... about 30 years, the golden eagle that performed lives 100 years. Apparently there are some golden eagles left in Romania. We had a lovely lunch at the chateau, then returned back to the city. Monday night our group left in Prague went to dinner. The people we met and got to know have been a lot of fun.
As mentioned we flew to London Tuesday, arriving about midday. After checking in we walked down Oxford Street, just around the corner of the hotel. ...
Even though Peckham Rye is still in zone 2 it felt like I'd made a day trip to another country.
Chloe and I were catching up and decided to explore a different area of London today. A part from doing a quick Google search on the things to see in Peckham, we set off to explore a new area of London, seeking adventure and stories.
We had lunch at No.97 a cool little cafe beside the local ...
... actually feel really good'.
Well you can imagine the reaction from the rest of us who didn't get to lay down flat & sleep for 4 hrs!
... small ponds. On one we saw a Great Grey Heron working his way down to the pond for a snack.
Thursday is our last day in London. We throw in some laundry during breakfast and tidy up our plans for leaving in the morning. In the afternoon we visit the Churchill War Rooms. This is where Churchill and his top advisors spent most of WWII. It’s all underground and was pretty meager, even for the ...