Premier Inn Hemel Hempstead West
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... and rode the St Thames River cruise down to the Tower of London and the iconic Tower Bridge. The cruise was relaxing and the guide was witty and funny and brought a different outlook on some of the buildings. Plus we took some great pictures! The cruise brought us to Tower Pier where we disembarked and did a quick tour. We saw the very expensive Crown Jewels dating back to the 1661 to the present! We thought about stealing them but we decided it's not in our best interest. We ...
... the trip about the communities that we have visited as if they assume that we are 100% familiar with them. Yesterday, Don and I had to take our food to go from the Greek restaurant that we ate at because we ran out of time before we had to get to Shakespeare's Birthplace, so today we decided to grab something fast. This turned out to be a sausage that we purchased from a street vendor in Bath. We grabbed our food and sat down on a street bench to ...
Emma, Mark, Dave and I went to Kate and Andrew's for dinner today. Venison stew and rice pudding were on the menu so who was I to refuse such an invitation? ;-) ;-)
Company was great, as ever, and the food was delicious. Venison stew with dumplings ...
Since the news yesterday, Laurence and I decided to take the day off work and Claire already had the day off so we went out to Stratford to do a bit of shopping. I really needed a dress for the work christmas party and Laurence needed some winter jackets.
I ended up getting a dress, it's nothing amazing but I hope it will do. It is hard to find that fine line between work conservative and festive fun... should have just ...
... US, Austria, Australia, and Argentina. It was really relaxing and interesting to hear about where everyone has traveled so far, and comparing stories. Yesterday the best part was going to Camden Market where we saw so many booths of cool things, we were tempted to buy everything! We made some friends with two men who make purses, wallets, and other stuff out of leather in front of you. We liked watching them create things out of a slab of leather within ...