Down Hall Country House Hotel
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- Continental Breakfast
- Continental Breakfast
- Swimming pool
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... through the shop, purchasing some Bertie Botts Every Flavour Beans. They claim to have vomit Flavour. I mean who doesn't want to try that! After catching the train back to London we went to Westfield shopping centre and spent too much before having dinner and heading home quickly to freshen up for the evenings show. The theatre being around the corner we got there with plenty of time to relax before the show started. The show, Wicked, cleverly tied in the story ...
... and those in the know produced bottles of wine and nibbles from their bags. It was well worth the wait: the choral sound was excellent - some of the carols were a cappella, and the orchestra added another dimension to the accompanied works. The readings were relevant, sometimes very funny -Bible, John Donne, Walter de la Mare, John Betjeman, A.A. Milne (King John's Christmas - childhood favourite of mine!!), Mick Gowan, and Aaron Shephard's Christmas Truce (the very moving ...
Today started out sunny but didn't last long by the time we reach Recency Park it is pouring. We make our way to the Rose garden but even the ducks have taken cover. Baker Street underground to the Imperial War museum. Bakerloo line is in the bowels of the underground obviously very ancient and ...
... end up in one of the arches below Waterloo station gathered around a perspex box with the other teams we had been following. Inside Clare and her husband(?) acted out the end of the 'show' which had the worst death scene I have ever had to watch. Imagine the longest, loudest, campest most over acted death scene and you still wouldn't be close.
Found a nice cocktail bar to finish the evening though, so not a complete ...
Had a great day exploring London. The Hop-on-Hop-off bus is a great way to get around and see all the major attractions. Watched the changing of the guards at Buckingham Palace. The Tour of Westminster Abbey was really interesting, the building and all the famous people buried there left me overwhelmed. The weather was dry although cloudy but at least no ...