Travelodge Beaconsfield Central
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... Association memorial to the Magna Carta. The former was the better of the two: erected following his assassination it honours his commitment to democracy but you can't help wondering what he would have turned out like if he had served full term. Confronted the Russians once too often? To get to it you walk up a pathway made from granite setts, which was a bit hard going for HK but she made it. The American oak to one side is flourishing but the Hawthorne tree representing democracy looks ...
... We bought a salad from Waitrose and went and ate it at a park. After that I was freezing, I'm cold a majority of the time now-days, gotta love English weather. So we went to Costa for a warm drink and because it's nearing christmas they have cute christmas cups and seasonal drinks and I plan to try all the drinks before Christmas. Today I tried the "gingerbread and cream latte", I don't like gingerbread and I don't like coffee ...
... James Park and met up with Mike after work at Lords Tavern and had numerous dinners in their favourite haunts all for 5 quid a meal.
One Sunday, we took a train to Brighton, and hired bikes and rode along the coast to the neighbouring towns, had coffee and cake, fish and chips and they made Ross and I go on the Crazy Mouse roller coaster out on the pier. They got one chance......never again. I ...
... was wrong. I stood in the customs queue for what I thought was for Non EU and non UK residents only to be told off and to join the queue to the left. I was happy that this other queue was shorter than he precious one. However, it didn't really seem to be moving much. The longer EU and UK line was moving almost fluidly but I stood on the spot for 5-10 minutes before then taking one step towards the desks. This went on for 1.5 hours. It was very frustrating. Luckily, some Indian ...
It has been such a crazy time in London with the end of the school year and everything but we have been having a great time.
In May Tahlia and I ventured out to the Streets of Spain fiesta on Southbank which was amazing. Drinking Sangria in the sun, eating typical spanish dishes from stalls and taking part in a wine drinking experiment!!!
On the few sunny days Maddy and I had been heading to our local for a cider! A much ...