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... and you can see some of the archaeological remnants next to it in the display case. Gilly, now this would do a feast for the whole weekend. Porridge anyone?
I had to include a few Viking items. rusty axes, swords and shield bosses are all part of the fun. Another Anglo-Saxon surprise for me was all the glassware they had in the museum. Glasses, bowls, and glass drinking horns.
I can understand why these are all ...
... museum then went into the Long Room & the visitors dressing room. Once again many Australian names on the boards & paintings in the hallways. We sat in the stand & climbed to the top of the media centre for a great view of the ground which only holds 29,800 people - probably makes it much more civilized than a day at the cricket at home. England vs Sri Lanka starts next week - must watch! Walked through the vast Regents ...
... headed back to the house early so we could back and try to do a bit of planning for Portugal, intending not to have any dinner as we’d eaten enough for lunch, but around 9pm Mikey said he was peckish, so we ducked down to the corner for an Indian curry take away! Quite appropriate really for our last night in London!
We bid farewell to Nicola, Michael and their little son Connor after breakfast. They said we were smashing guests and would welcome us back any time!! ...
... his fill of guns 'n' stuff. It's not that big, but there's a good smattering of war-history around the walls, including some interesting info on David Ben Gurion as soldier versus PM. We then headed inside the White Tower, the guts of the complex and palatial area for much of the Tower's life. This would be an extension of Liam's joy, as he was struck by armour, armour and more armour on entry.
Unfortunately I didn't have a chance to get the picture at ...
Joel and I was up and cooked up pork chops (one of Chris’s favourites), crackling, fried cabbage, stuffed mushrooms, cauliflower in cheese and mash potato. A lot was with the guidance of Liz and Chris as some were things I never had cooked before and it has been a long time since I had cooked.
The result was better than I expected. The mushrooms which Liz stuffed with feta and other yummy things were ...
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TravelPod Member ReviewsCollingham Serviced Apartments London
Wonderful apartments. Spacious and clean. Staff was polite and helpful.
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