Croydon Court Hotel
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... centre, also new to me. A little shopping, did lunch then tram and bus back to home. Didn't see the tennis courts.
TV news showed the Queen who is now the longest reigning monarch.
Edith's son Ian came and took us to a popular Fish and Chip restaurant in Addington, to which people apparently travel quite a distance. We enjoyed our meal and the extra trimmings, complimentary hors d'oeurves
It was such a fine day that Carmen, Sebastian, Robyn and I went for a big walk. We took the tram to Beckenham and then visited their wonderful park.
Had lunch in the sun, and I must say that we have seldom, if ever, seen so many young children and their carers in one ...
... a large (for London) outdoor patio area overlooking some houses and a park which we will make use of. If anyone is planning a visit I suggest you bring a tent, as that is probably the only place you'll fit!! :-)
We looked around Wimbledon a bit more, and decided we would ask to transfer stations there as we like it so much. We headed home, and cooked ourselves some dinner. Looking forward to the Lion King tomorrow!
... was fantastic! I don't think I have sat that still or been that attentive ever. The dancing was enchanting and the story easy enough to follow if you were already aware of the premiss. Again, I have found something else I will visit again and again. (and I'm sure I've said it before, but the ginger ice cream is ...
... Another winner picked. After catching our breath we take a welcome walk to Trafalgar Square of 30 minutes. We had booked our London Pass online and picked them up in Charing Cross close to Lord Nelson's Column. In memory of a dear friend Meggie, I went to Trafalgar Square and sang to old Lord Nelson "Get $&@; get $&@; you one eyed pommie *******" sung to the tune of "away, away, way down south in Dixie" as popularised ...