Travel Blogs from Hinxton
... walked to the cathedral before needing to get back and pick up our luggage that we left at a drop off spot. 5 bucks a bag. We got on train #2 and that was about an hour ride and got on train #3 (mind you we have to carry out luggage off and on and up and down stairs to different platforms). The countryside is beautiful and really reminds me of Oregon, getting off #3 we had like 5 minutes to get our train to Bury St Edmonds, that was at Cambridge, we grabbed ...
... I was almost asleep on the bench in his shop. Not that the chocolate woke me up, but it did make the long day of travel seem that little bit better.
-I became a typical tourist in Paris! This involved croissants, macaroons, the Notre Dame (which is amazing!!), Arc De Triomphe, and the Louvre - where I met me! Lisa. Mona Lisa. And I rediscovered my love for sculpture.
-I had an eventful day at the Eiffel Tower. It started with a bomb threat, and ...
Ahh, I'm back!
Back to my little room in England :)
But today was interesting.
I stayed at a friends house last night in London, and when I woke up late this morning...I needed to contact a couple people.
But given I have been on the road 2 months, I have no credit.
So Alex told me to 'go crazy' texting.
Not the smartest thing ...
... up for the lunch from Bradford on Avon in the West Country.
But how come lunch lasted until 5pm. Was it David's Inflatable Duck that has been up for 20 years? The chatter over holidays in Provence, Ruby Wedding rings and newspaper gossip? Or just reminiscing about the new folk law of the "Bride's Sayings to the Groom", sayings which make up much of the Bride and Groom's fond memories of the wedding saga. Such as:
"I think we should regularise ...
... appointments and let me know that Nathan wanted to spend some time watching the trains. We are moored near to Cheshunt station and the level crossing is a good place to watch the trains go by. Can you believe we spent nearly 3 hours train spotting? Every time a train went past Nathan would turn to me and say, "More, choo choos." He is rather like his uncle Andrew in that when he does something or has an interest in something, he gives it his all.