De Vere Venues Harben
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It took 20 years for an arm to be built from the Grand Junction canal at Marsworth, through the 6 miles of remote countryside into the market town of Aylesbury. Negotiation and debate accounted for 17 years, the canal itself taking just 3 years to construct. During that time, various proposals were put forward and many objections raised; in essence any scheme that required water from another navigation was strongly resisted. With the town lying in a geographical hollow it ...
After waiting 11 months it is finally here, in 24 hours I will be checking in at Gatwick airport for my trip of a lifetime!!! I packed all my belongings last Monday as I hate leaving it until last minute and I'm glad I did as I've been adding more and more things all week. That's all I'm going to say about the trip for now but I'll keep you updated. I also wanted to tell you a little bit about what I got up to yesterday. My Dad came to pick me ...
... Household Cavalry Museum with all the history of the Blues & Royals and the Lifeguards. We also had dinner out and instead of doing a West End Show, we took some advice from Linda and visited one of the many Comedy Clubs in London. And the high point of the weekend was the chance to catch up with a workmate and meet his new family. It was great to see Tom again and meet his gorgeous little girl, who took a real shine to Duggy!
And now, it is off to Heathrow, and homewards ...
... one. I've been to this museum several times over the 29 years of my life and so I have some favourite exhibits; the helmet and chainmail of Sir Richard Lee (knighted by Henry VIII), the colourfully painted Tudor roundels (small wooden discs/ mats used to hold sweets or sugared fruit), medieval leather childrens' shoes, the fishtank with fish in it, the 15th-century book printed in English in St Albans and the stuffed woodland animals and birds.
Today for pudding at dinnertime ...
Deb and Cassie take us to Stansted Airport in the rocket, say our farewells and heartfelt thank you and catch our EasyJet flight to Munich. We were both given a body frisking as the machine said we could have items of interest on us! Arrived at airport and for the first time we are taken out of our comfort zone as our German is very poor. Well no existent actually. Any way we work out how to get our way into the city centre where John has arranged to meet up with his ...