The County Hotel
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... finally appreciating what I was doing. Lord Hunt greeted me with a warm welcome and took me around the House of the Lords. In Parliament they have two houses: House of Commons and House of the Lords. I hadn't realized that where I was is the equivalent to the House of Representatives in D.C. As we toured the building, Lord Hunt gave me the history on the building and what he does here. We were able to sit in on a meeting where people were debating about Syria. The woman ...
... and usher you into a frozen room with ice sculptures and a bar.
It was literally freezing in there. Your drinks are served in cups made of ice, which you keep with you if you want to order more drinks. There is music playing and the ice is backlight by colors that change. It was certainly a unique experience. We got our own pictures, and of course we were attacked by the photo ...
... circuit around the village where I grew up and went to school.We later stopped at “PJ’s” near where I used to live for fish&chips costing £7.40 for 2 huge fish and chips.We sat outside and ate them out of paper ....absolutely beautiful ...the best fish&chips ever!!
After bit of a break at the hotel, we had early dinner in the restaurant there and it is still a grey cloudy day with drizzle, come to think of it I have never seen complete blue sky here in ...
... day or night. I see few teens or adults here with phones in hand, texting..some making calls..but cell phones don't seem to have the same status as they do in the states. It's either because marketing is fabulous in the US or the wifi service is generally poor or extremely expensive here. I think it's good for the girls to realize a few hours a day without texting is not the end of the world! I doubt they ...
Then I had a wow moment as we walked into a part of the museum that looked like the set on a Harry Potter movie at Hogwarts?. It was an amazing building, and up the stairs had dark brooding statues of boring people in the field of natural history. The only one I recognised was Charles Darwin. The building blew me away with the ornateness of its detailing, but I'm not sure why there were so many monkeys climbing the pillars. I had ...