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Our initial plans were to attend Silverstone for the Formula 1, however given the iffy weather we decided to stay at one of our favourite places (Fredrick's Hotel and Spa in Maidenhead), to watch the race in comfort. As it turned out, race day ended up fine however we enjoyed seeing Lewis win and Daniel finish a fine third.
Day 22: London - Maidenhead
We have travelled over 4150km in our bus over the last 22 days
It was lovely to be back in London and today we were blessed with fine weather. After a leisurely breakfast and saying our goodbyes to others who have been on tour with us we headed out to explore the city. …
... to say you went to a world famous chef’s Michelin starred restaurant on the other side of the world!? We ordered a 3 course meal, my entrée being the very famous 'Meat Fruit’ which is basically foie gras and chicken parfait within a casing that resembled a mandarin (see photo). It was amazing and better than I imagined. Marc ordered a dish called ‘Rice and Flesh’ (tasty, ey??) which was a combination of Saffron, Calf tail and red ...
... absolutely delicious). Then we went to the pub across the street. We found it interesting that the pub had wifi (although we were okay with it, so we could talk to everyone back home). Got to talk to mom for a bit, which she was curious why I was still up because it was 1:30am here. Well our little nap that we had earlier, so we weren't tired anymore. So I went to bed around 2am London time. Day 1 was complete! We had a great day, but was glad to get a good nights ...
Leaving Wales today and heading closer to London for our few final days in England. We travelled along the M4 under a very grey sky but the weather was clear with no rain to be seen. We stopped at Tintern Abbey also near Chepstow in Wales. The boys have nicknamed it Timtam Abbey. It sits in the Wye Valley on the edge of the Forrest of Dean. The church structure is open to the elements yet is the best preserved medievil Abbey in Wales. The church is very grand with so much ...