Ditton Lodge Hotel
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From listed buildings website "Block of flats. Completed 1897. By RM Taylor. Elevation to Boyfield Street has staircase in central gabled section with Tudor details; stone dressings to openings: tripartite mullioned windows above round-arched ground-floor entrance with alternate block surrounds."
... canes because we're broke :D
Chuck had to go and I decided to check out the concert venue for tonight. Some people were already waiting there but I didn't really feel like it just yet (also, I had to go get my ticket from the hostel). But I met Alex and he was, again, really sweet and remembered me from Prague!
I got my stuff and we just kinda hung out in the queue. Honestly, people who go to these concerts look scary. I know they ...
... the head in frustration and anticipation of sticking it to these Londoners. But, it was not to be Villa's day today. Suddenly and within the space of 5 minutes Arsenal were 3-0 up and all Villa's hope for a win seemed all but drained away 15 minutes before the first half had even ended! Arsenal constructed two quick goals and the third came off a bullet across the villa goal and deflected into their goal by one of their own players and leaving their keeper ...
So we got up bright and early again and took the train into Waterloo and made our way over to the Tower of London. I think we got there around 10:25 or so. There was a free guided tour by one of the beefeaters starting at 10:45 so we kinda milled about by the gates waiting for it to begin. Another opportunity for me to take poppy pictures. I lucked into a robin singing amongst the poppies and got a lovely photo of him (or her) ...
On another beautiful sunny day we had an early lunch at The Albany, an authentic English tavern on the shore of the Thames, before a visit to Hampton Court Palace. A delicious lunch was had on the outside deck with pleasant views over the Thames. After lunch we drove a short distance to Hampton Court Palace which was the home of Henry VIII. Raymondi and Layla got into the swing of things and dressed up in costume for the tour. We went through the ...