Macdonald Frimley Hall Hotel & Spa
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... way and there's no cafés for solace and almost no toilets (aargh!). But we were determined. Conversation lagged, the camera had little use and we plodded along. Never were we so happy to see good old Big Ben looming larger and larger on the skyline. Four hours and we suspect about 10km later - victory! Novak, eat your heart out.
Back onto the hop on hop off bus to recover, then we found a sushi train at ...
... Hill. Markets were a bit average, but OK.
Then off to Marble Arch to pick up our tickets for The Bodyguard tonight at the
Adelphi Theatre on The Strand (Stacey this is where we saw Chicago, just a fe w
metres from where we stayed when we were in PNG).
we are on the go to Earls Court. Had a beer at Place & Murph’s old local,
The King’s Head.
... to a sedentary lifestyle and creaking in the knees and aches and pains doing just about anything.
BUT I know I should exercise and I have plans to do it regularly and I try hard to incorporate it into my life and have dropped doing other things so that my exercise plans are not shunted to the side and buried like they usually are. Oh, and the fact that my age and arthritis were making daily life much harder than it should have been so I ...
... Then we move to England and I really have to do something physical or sink into being a couch potato blob so my daughter and I join a gym again. As she is not here all the time, I do the guilt workouts when she's here and pretty much skip it when she's gone. I get a trainer but he's pretty much useless and doesn't really know what he is doing as far as adapting a program to a person and their body type and such so most of my time with him is spent in ...
... I saved myself a bit of money there then!! Back on the tube and off at Southwark. Really, we could have just gone to London bridge and walked from there. But never mind. We went to the Tate modern. I'm not that 'in to' art. But I had free tickets to visit the Paul Klee exhibition (which normally costs £15) to enter. The majority of the Tate is free. There was a bit of a queue to enter - and once inside I was shocked at the number of people there! It was packed. 15 ...