Holiday Inn London-Bexley
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So I am finally faced with the task of packing and I do not know where to begin! I don't know whether to iron any of my clothes or to just go for the rolling of the clothes technique (after watching multiple tutorials on how to maximise the space in your bag). I guess after a 12 hour flight in a tightly compacted rucksack it is all going to be screwed up anyway! Rolling it is! ...
... Beer du jour: London’s Pride
Dish du jour: toss up between fish and chips and fish pie
Factoid du jour: Controversy in London . . . The origin of the name “Big “Ben” is the subject of some debate. The largest four-faced chiming clock in the world may have been named after Sir Benjamin Hall, the chap who oversaw the installation of the Great Bell, or boxing’s English Heavyweight Champion Benjamin ...
... by. Ended up walking 1 1/2 hours into Bradford Upon Avon..as no where to stop and sit to wait...and quite warm in the sun. Managed to find a loo, and seat in the shade by the canal, observing life as locals walked to the canal via nearby lane way, people at work for Black Prince, (I sitting opposite) , barges coming in for water top ups and garbage offloads, and the never ending activity at the Bradford lock. Enjoyed the chatter to people passing and also was able to determine ...
... mosaics, the gold embellishments, the immense size and beauty of the dome; what an accomplishment in design. We climbed up 250 stairs to the upper level and had a wonderful view outdoors as we walked around the perimeter of the base of the dome. Max was very brave, as heights aren't his thing. Our legs got quite the workout!
Walked back to the flat and consumed some tasty fructose at Hardy's ...
... out by the guard at the door who had to look at my sketch book to make certain that it was not one of the library's books, and headed back to Stratford. On the way from the tube station I picked up some groceries and a bottle of Pinot Noir at Sainsbury's, some fruit at a greengrocers, and dragged myself and my bags home. The very first thing I when I arrived was to put the kettle on for tea. How English! Now I am having a glass of wine with ...