Holiday Inn Hemel Hempstead M1 J8
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... inscription for her grandfather was simply along the side of the grave coping, with no mention of her grandmother. We had considerable difficulty finding it as although the graves were supposed to be numbered, there was no evidence of them. We finally, with the assistance of some workman, managed. to find it. The state of the grave was all a bit distressing for Ann but any way, we decided to plant a lovely red rose bush in a derelict urn I found, under which ...
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First night and I'm sleeping in an Ibis budget hotel just out side the Eurotunnel in Calais, this life style is not going to last long .....
First mistake forgot to bring padlock and chain oh well get one ...
... and the local shop remembered us! This gave us time to get a UK SIM card for MJ’s phone and to get on-line and do all the necessary admin and updates. Thank goodness for the generosity of friends with good wifi! Whilst visiting Sally, we planned our next stops – we were wanting to visit the south-east area of England and it turns out that Sally came from that neck of the woods, so was able to make some great suggestions.
First stop was Arundel ...
... can imagine how happy mum was about this! After battling the crowds it was time to leave. We had hoped to have high tea at Harrods, but when we got there the crowds were 10 times worse than at the markets! You couldn't even get into the store. So we gave up and headed back to the hotel. We ended up having a very nice late lunch at a restaurant near the hotel called Waterloo bar and kitchen. So that was a good way to end my birthday in London. ...
We made an early start this morning as I was determined we would get to The Tower of London before it opened and avoid the crowds. The plan worked and once inside, we took Carrie's advice and headed directly for the Crown Jewels. For some reason, these (especially the crowns) really captured the imagination of the children. You stand on a conveyer to view the main crowns, rings and sceptres and the kids asked to double-back and repeat the journey at least 4 times!