Boxmoor Lodge Hotel
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Hi Folks, We are now chilling out with Marian and Nigel, Laura and Glen at Hemel Hemstead just north of London.
We booked out of the Airbnb at Hounslow on Tuesday and drove up to Kimpton, just north of London to visit Ann's cousin Bill Beaumont and wife Christine. The day before, we had taken the opportunity while the weather was really good, to go the cemetery at Plaistow, East London, to place Ann's dad's ashes in the cemetery plot. Before arranging ...
... want from the veges on offer but because of his dislike of all members of the Brassica family (cabbage, broccoli, brussell sprouts, etc) and his well-known hatred of pumpkin, his choice was restricted to carrots and roast potatoes. The management’s concern at his lack of vegetables – does Sir want some mashed potatoes or Yorkshire pudding? No thanks, I’ve got roast potatoes. They brought over more meat, more roast potatoes and cooked him some peas. ...
We wake to a cold and clear day. No snow to be seen though but we are looking forward to a traditional hot Christmas meal of roast turkey and cranberry sauce which is a change from the from cold meals in Australia.
As it is Christmas Day, breakfast is at the hotel as there is nothing open on the high street today. We eat and get ready to be picked up by Mark as there is no public transport in London on Christmas Day either. They simply shut down all trains, buses and ferries so ...
... called 'The Shard'. The Shard is 309m high (87 storeys) and is constructed out of steel and an all glass facade. It is used as a hotel and offices however because it offers such amazing views you can pay to go up into it. The viewing platform provide amazing views all over London and while the day wasn't perfectly clear it was still spectacular. From there we headed back to the Hotel and Granny had a rest as we had arranged ...
... so unbelievably thankful to have her in my life.
Moving countries was hard, I would be lying if I said there weren’t tears and tantrums but that move although it was the hardest thing I have done in my lifetime it was also the most rewarding. I am a better person for the lessons London taught me. She taught me to push my limits, to try new things, to live life to the fullest. She taught me to stand on my own two feet yet not to be too proud to ask for help ...