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... or the Tube. It's exhilarating! Ask Chelsea, Jackie, and Emily; I was like a kid in a candy shop: wide eyes, mentioning obvious things ("Here it comes! Here it comes!"), and jumping up and down with excitement. Who knew mass public transportation would make a 21 year old college graduate so happy?? We got off the the Tube to walk to Abbey Road Studios. It's an actual road and motorists are not very accepting of having to stop because American tourists are taking a picture in ...
... went through Marble Arch to look and then along to Old Park Lane for lunch at the Hard Rock Cafe. Our walking tour continued down Constitition Hill to Buckingham Palace for a look in....lots of photos and a wander around. We didn't go in - a) because somehow our invitation seems to have been misplaced!! and b) because most of it isn't open at the moment due to the time of year and the fact that the Queen is actually home...we circled the Queen ...
... Tristan bought a wheelie suitcase and a new backpack.
The apartment is great, even if a little difficult to find the driveway from the busy road, and the kids are very happy after some very small rooms in the past. We even have a kitchen and washing machine. But no dryer so it currently looks like a Chinese laundry with clothes hanging on chairs and stairway ...
... great voices. It felt like we were sitting right in the midst of them (we were actually in the same pews but to their right), and I was reminded of my precious Dad who always talked about stereo headphones giving the awesome impression of sitting in the midst of an orchestra. It goes without saying that the acoustics in this magnificent edifice were absolutely wonderful.Thanks Dad for instilling in us an appreciation of ...
... and a real atmosphere with its narrower streets. They showed us The Lanes of Brighton which are a series of very narrow lane-ways filled with many jewellery shops and cafés, chocolatiers and the like. It was really very quaint and charming. We stopped for a drink in the main square and talked for ages. We the. Continued up to Hove taking the foreshore road and looked around the lovely Regency buildings that line the foreshore. We headed up to the Main Street there and ...
Other places to stay in High Wycombe
Handy Cross, High Wycombe | 3 star hotelfrom $89
Ibstone, High Wycombe | Hotelfrom $113
Four Ashes Road, Cryers Hill, High Wycombe | 3 star hotelfrom $47
London Rd, High Wycombe | Hotelfrom $97
210 West Wycombe Road, High Wycombe | 3 star hotelfrom $101
17 Priory Road, High Wycombe | Hotelfrom $82
145-147 West Wycombe Road, High Wycombe | Hotelfrom $74
9/11 Priory Avenue, High Wycombe | Hotelfrom $92