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Sunday 17th. - Thursday 21st August 2014 We said Goodbye to Roger & Denise, left Suffolk and drove over the Dartford bridge to get to Surrey for lunch time and a family BBQ with some of Ken's cousins and his Uncle David. It was fortunate that our niece, Kirsty from New Zealand, who is currently working in London was also able to be there. Some of the family we have seen quite recently when they have been in Australia while others we haven't seen ...
... in the mid-15th century with significant extensions built in the time of the Tudors (mid-sixteenth century). The longest term owner (John Russell- who became Earl of Bedford by King Henry the VIIIs command) built a fireplace in each room and added ornamental chimneys - 22 survive today. Each chimney is unique. King Henry the VIII is said to haunt the ...
... barge should pull in for water...and timing perfect as family there as I arrived would be done in about 30 mins. Anitra arrived about 50mins later, and able to load up with water and be on our way down the lock. While this was happening, I popped to Sainsbury for more fruit and yoghurt for our last breakfast. Ended up having lunch in Lock Cafe beside canal and really enjoyed a delicious burger and pit of tea. Then away down past aqueduct and to the leafy spot where we had ...
... Typically I am a non-napper, but the jet lag and the walking did me in! We made dinner and the boys enjoyed some quiet play time. Dessert was the most amazing gelato and we enjoyed the cool spring evening walking around Covent Garden.
The kids have been exceptional and had great endurance today! Quote from Myles, "Mom, you were right when you said there would be a lot of walking in Europe!"
... of bakery bread covered with English Cheddar and Branston Pickle, a yummy English treat.
Earlier Teddy took a look at my photographs of the house and said that they did not portray just how narrow it really is. The whole house is probably no more than 15 feet wide! The floors, apart from being cold (!) are bare boards, nails and all. Upstairs they are painted, and in the kitchen and bathroom there is linoleum. I have included a few ...