Macdonald Compleat Angler
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- Minbar in room
- Airport Transportation
- High-speed internet in room (free)
- Breakfast Available
- Room service
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... horse-pulling days. Our trip ended at Camden Lock used to get boats through, as there is a 25m drop in the canal at this point. Camden has a wide variety of markets, food, clothing and fresh produce and is very popular with tourists. Many of the stalls are in what was once the tow horses' stables. We spent 90 minutes exploring the stalls and had lunch as the food on offer was very tasty. Then it was back to the West End via the ...
... the bridge and over towards the Tower or London which is huge and looks like a castle in the middle of the city. We then went on the underground for the first time and went to Liverpool station to meet Ron and Abi's friend Judith who had just finished her shift of metropolitan cart witnessing at the station. She shouted us out to lunch at this really nice fancy pub called weatherspoons that's at the train station ...
I caught up with a friend today, who I became friends with through a job I went for and didn't get. Mamma Mia. It was really good to catch up again and see how the theatre work was going. It did make me glad I never got the job though. It's given me the chance to go and see all of the West End shows rather than knowing all the dance steps to one show. It was great to catch up though! Lisa ...
... Trafalgar Square and Piccadilly Circus for our final night experience. Whilst Trafalgar Square closed early due to a Malaysian festival, Piccadilly square was well and truly alive and buzzing. Our first priority was to have a late dinner and settled for an Italian restaurant which was just delicious. I looked for Jenny's 'slug and lettuce' restaurant and found it after we had eaten . Never mind, that will do for next time. We had a bit of a wander taking all the sights in ...
... our ancestors worked in as under gardeners etc and the front of the house was used as Netherfield House in the BBCs Pride and Prejudice. We wandered around the graveyard and found some of the Cartwright graves who were the family when our great-grandfather worked there. We also saw the Courage grave which was the gentleman who showed cousin Mari around the property. It was lovely to walk around the village which has lots of childhood memories for Deb and is the home of our ...