De Rougemont Manor
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- Continental Breakfast
- Room service
- Swimming pool
- Free High-Speed Internet
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... straight across the road to Westminster Abbey although it was cool to see, we decided it wasn't worth waiting two odd hours to go inside. So, what's next, The Tower Bridge it's one of those things you see on postcards and in photos but to see it in real life is pretty darn cool, needless to say it was subject of many photos of our own. To top of an incredible day we stopped and sat outside for a pint and a meal at the local tavern, In the words of Jamie Oliver “ Fantathtic!" ...
... the morning upon our return to London two weeks from now. I can prebook tickets online with a reserved time and a cheaper price than buying them on the day of.
Now it was getting close to the time we needed to be at our musical a few tube stops away. So, off we went, stopping at Tesco for some bottled water and treats for the play. We had seats way up in the balcony in the top row centre. However, they were really great seats, and only cost us £19 each. The musical was ...
As if the 7 hours yesterday weren't enough, we were back at Lakeside shopping today. Had to buy another suitcase for all the purchases we have made along the way. Thank heavens for Argos. We had a BBQ at Jan (Geordie Jan) and Steve's house in Romford in the evening. Ross, their son, is moving to Australia for a year and will be staying with us a week after we get back. The girls for in with him great and we ended up playing cards and board games until late into the ...
... to find our spot. We couldn't agree on the best location to be to get the best view. There was already an aisle created where the royal party would walk down to their tea tent. This was about 5 or 6 deep so getting a good viewing place was never really on the cards. We chose to stand back a little to get a better view. Eventually the yeoman came out and positioned themselves at intervals down the aisle. Soon thereafter ...
For dinner, Myles and Max had their first experience at an Indian food restaurant. The waiter was impressed by their appetites!
We went to see a fantastic musical, Matilda, based on the book by Roald Dahl. Not knowing anything about this book, we had no context or expectations. We all thoroughly enjoyed it. Fine acting, singing and a surprising plot twist. Fantastic experience!