Holiday Inn Express Hemel Hempstead
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... renowned mid-20th century English artist”, he of “matchstick men” paintings depicting the challenges of working class life between the wars in Manchester…..great meals in newly trendy parts of London, Soho and Upper Street, Islington, not to mention Vanessa’s great cooking in Thames Ditton ….. and lots of fun time in Hyde Park with Benjamin, Kim & ...
... focused on getting over the jetlag and re-organising my life at home again. It was a big novelty to be at home and also a culture shock as it didn't appear to have changed much at all.
As I settled back into life in Hemel it was also a chance to reflect on my trip. From all the highs and lows and the crazy, epic adventures I have had it was definitely a decision in my life that I will never regret, it was ...
Wahhh devo it's my last day in London but yay Gemski comes back into town!! Rhett and I went and done some washing coz we didn't know when we will get a chance again to do it again. I checked outa my room at 11am as I had to check into a new room with Gemski at 2pm. There was bulk Germans everywhere as it was the soccer grand final on tonight and a lot of them were staying in the same hotel. They were all dressed in ...
... we couldn’t get onto the water point. Back to the Slough Arm for overnight.
0 locks, 16 miles
Thu 9th May
J went for an early walk to see where the canal has been closed at Bridge 2, but couldn’t get near enough for a decent photo. While he was gone, Hazel heard a cuckoo. J saw a muntjac deer and a whitethroat.
We left the Slough Arm and paused for water at Packet Boat Marina. We must have a large tank, as it ...
... But, we got to see the changing of the guards at Buckingham Palace, St. James Palace, Prince Charles's house, Trafalger Square, Lord Nelson's Column, Victoria Arch, 10 Downng St - where the prime minister lives -, Westminster Abbey and the houses of parliment and lots of other things.
One story that the tour guide told us - that we both thought was really funny - was about a 1983 breaking at Buckingham Palace. Apparently, a homeless Irish man name Michael was ...
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- Wheelchair accessibility
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