Holiday Inn London-Kingston South
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... long journey on the tube, but by then, we were getting pretty used to the commute. I am sure there would have been much quicker ways of taking the tube, but it is all part of the experience.
Our day hadn't ended! We rustled Danielle out of her funk and headed off again - on the tube again to Waterloo Station. We were going on the London Eye! What a great way to finish our trip to London. We found another cool little food market where we ate and I ...
... Shakespeare's globe theatre and the London eye before getting off to take a walk along the river. Later in Westminster, we saw Downing Street, the cabinet war rooms were Churchill had his underground bunkers during WW2 and the changing of the guard area.
We had a very busy day and decided to continue with our day of culture by eating at the Sherlock Homes pub. We then walked across the diamond jubilee bridge and saw London lit up before heading back to the ...
... walk along the canal and to the remains of the Donnington Castle. The afternoon saw us supporting the church's Christmas market and a night at a choral concert at a church in Hook. Sunday was church at St Mary's Speen including time to watch the bell ringers (a first and great fun), a walk and lunch at a great gastro pub and the time at the evening service in Newbury (more our style).
After time in Monday ...
... with our friend Jill from our travels through South America. We caught up in a cool little pub and a few wines turned into plenty, but it was a great catch up.
Monday we caught up with Ashe's uncle John for Lunch at her Majesty's Ocean racing club. We then took a long walk along the Thames to work it off. That night we caught up with Wade Larkin and his wife Sarah for a bite to eat ...