Grange Moor Hotel
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Today is the first day.
Family visits, bike shopping, trips down recent memory lane to Dunchurch, and Stratford upon Avon completed. Also managed to fit in a visit to "Motorcycle Live" exhibition at the NEC near Birmingham. We have returned the rental car, a shocking yellow Renault Clio, and headed off together on our new baby.
... clothier friends might like to see (It includes old underwear. No not mine, old fashioned underwear)
Later in the day I wandered the streets, and went for a ride for a few hours around Kent, to familiarise myself with the bike.
All in all, Maidstone was quiet and comfortable, so I decided to stay a second night.
Silly me, Tuesdays are Students night in Maidstone..
Now where did I put that Druid Arms Ale?
... well I did. I had a lovely but far too brief catch up with her, which was awesome.
Then I made my way to the Royal Albert Hall (Schmancy!) to see Quidam!
Not to self: don't attempt to walk in heels. They don't work.
Here is where you tune out of you’re not circus mad.
I got there pretty much as soon as the doors were opened. I tend to do that at most shows I go to see, so I can talk to people around me who are sharing the same ...
... before our train departed Stamford en route to London so we have been busy right up until leaving! Little Pippa our niece is now 2 months old and totally gorgeous. She has started smiling and we totally loved the chance to catch up with Kathryn and Matt as well as get as many cuddles in with little Pippa as possible! We leave for Portugal tonight after spending a lovely day with family. Lots of love, Emma and Tom. ...
... liked to shop.
On to the Royal Albert concert hall, the largest in Europe, 6000 seats.
Then we headed for the City of Westminister which is the other city in London. The city of London proper is quite small. The metro area included both and has a combined population(with the burbs) of between 7-8 million.
He dropped us off for a photo op at Westminster Abbey, the home of royal weddings, funerals and coronations. ...