The Green Man
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- Wheelchair accessibility
- Business Services
- Free parking
- Pets allowed
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... little smidge that reminded me of Judy Dench (aka 'M' in James Bond). This witch had me shuffle my family twice thru the sea of people only to be told to do it a third time. Well I raised my voice and gave her a piece of my mind. As I walked away I could here her mention to her colleague "He must be American." Hah!! Delicious. Yeah, except as we found our bus guess who was our tour guide? Yup, good ol Mum. I was hearing the Lamentations for about 3 hours from all 3 of my ladies. ...
... the UK and some equally appalling stuff. Decided to do some indoor stuff and checked out Tate Modern an art gallery. Walked over the Millennium bridge and nearly got blown off, no joke.
Then the sun showed itself and I checked out St Paul's Cathedral.
Then went serious and started ...
... something about 'well I won't help you then!'
As I watched him walk back to his seat and looked down at the mess in front of me I had this feeling that he actually just Mick O'd (*) me, and was chalking up a victory.
That left Andie and I. We quickly stripped her bare, changed her using the emergency pack I had prepared earlier and stuffed the smelly soiled mess into a snap lock bag to be dealt with later.
Disaster avoided - thanks ...
What luck with beautiful London sunshine. We cruised down the Thames to Greenwich & back. Saw an entirely different view from the water.... Toured some of the Royal Naval College in Greenwich and was amazed to see the thousands of apartments along the Thames. Boat traffic is heavy... We ended the day with high ...
... of flowers that were laid in front of the gates, exactly where we were standing. We walked around Kensington Palaces sunken garden, which was beautiful, especially as the sun was starting to break through the clouds. It was about 21 degrees. We then walked to Hyde Park and along the Sepentine. An unexpected treat was ELO were playing and we could clearly here the concert. I did join in on a few songs much to everyone ...