Premier Inn Hemel Hempstead West
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... pub, The Boot, just 100 metres from their house. On Wednesday they had arranged to take us back down to Birchington-on-sea, a two hour drive, to visit Ann and Bill's only other cousin Jenny and husband Trevor. They had not long moved back to UK after having lived near Bordeaux in France for 17 years. We had visited them there a couple of times when working over here but they decided to make the move back following a deterioration in the exchange rate ...
... so ditched some things at the check-out!
... up out of the way for the night. Imagine our chagin when, in the morning, we looked out the window to see snow in the carpark AND the height barriers closed!
Panic! We walked over to the barriers and saw a sign which says that the barriers are closed between 6pm-8am, over weekends and Bank Holidays. The catch is that when the height barriers are open, you can’t see the signs! So, we managed to get hold of the Castle office and were told that ...
... of this. After meeting mum back at the hotel we decided to do one of the hop on hop off bus tours. While we have been travelling we have found these tours quite good as you get to see most of the sites and you also get commentary. This time we had a guide on the bus doing live commentary who was very good. It was also nice to see a bit of London at night. ...
... we took a tour with a Yeoman of the Guard, and I was pleased we had visited Hampton Court Palace beforehand. The layering of information continued with the kids knowing the histories and positions of the Queens executed at the Tower.
For the next hour or so, we explored the Tower - the kids especially fascinated with the instruments of torture and the plight of the 'little princes' - nephews of Richard III who disappeared after being delivered to their uncle ...