Holiday Inn Stevenage
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... the Museum. Entering this holy sanctuary of classic collections one is almost tempted to genuflect upon entering. It has free admission to the greatest collection of antiquities in the world. Interest today was mainly on the Egyptian, Greek and Roman sections. On the way in there is a couple who have their phone or camera on a rod to make selfies easier to take. We had seen these many times and so we publicly shame selfies and the new level they seem to have gone to. On entering ...
Day two in London started with toast for breakfast: Elaine stayed overnight and we had a relaxing morning then we headed for the Tower of London. After a guided tour with a very amusing Beefeater (aka Yeoman Guard), we joined the queue for the Crown Jewels (only half an hour and a nice sunny day so not too bad). Very sparkly and expensive looking - I didn't realise there were so many maces and ...
... beach, because all I got was nostalgia of oval beach and osu. And now here I was enjoying a new grassy beach in a whole new country. #growingup
With my feet ready to fall off I found the nearest tube station and made my way home. Only been here two days and already so completely comfortable with the tube system. Even found my way back to big sis's place all on my own. Now to rest and plan another huge day of adventures. Oh and I should probably ice my calves after all that stair ...
... sense of freedom, independence and discovery has been liberating and satisfying. Hostel living was not what I expected. Before setting off, my expectation was hostels full of teens and twenty-somethings, partying most nights, sleeping all day, and some pretty grubby accommodation. In reality age ranges were large in most hostels - school leavers through to retired people. Partying atmosphere was minimal, as in practice most travellers are there to explore and go on ...
... activity in the markets is fantastic. As usual, I'm longing for more time to just wander but today's not the day. Our nephew used to live here so he shows us a part of Covent Garden we would probably never venture to, or find. We wander down the back streets and come across the 7 dials, a sort of oblisk that's got dials pointing down 7 streets. People sit at the bottom of the "tower" which is on what we ...