Langshott Manor Hotel Gatwick
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... Coffee shop until it was time to check in to our flat.
Everyone was tired, we ate a little, slept a little & most importantly recharged our phones.
... it's all in Latin!
this is a delightful guest house. When I arrived at Gatwick I just had to follow the precise directions I had been given to make a phone call on the free phone, and within 5 mins my lift arrived.
i had a walk through the town centre and for dinner went to a gorgeous old pub recommended to me and had a beef and merlot pie with fresh verges...have been living on pilgrim food lately. Apart from boiled potatoes, there are ...
... we wanted to go and see it. After a quick lunch break, we made our way in, past the security guard whose job it was to confiscate any chocolate visitors might have, just in time for the start of one of Yeoman Warder tours. The Yeoman Warders are the bodyguards on duty at the Tower. The tour was a little over 30 minutes and then we were free to explore the Tower on our own. We saw the Crown Jewels, the tower where the two princes were supposed ...
So, today the Authoress is Liz (as in gliz)
Greetings one and all from Merry England.
Up at first light, much to do and plan, we felt we needed to suss King's Cross Station (to ensure that we catch ...
... to Cambridge. We arrived just before noon. There was an optional tour which we did not take,which was punting down the Cam river in large punts holding up to 14 people. Too crowded for us. So we had until 2.30 on our own. There are 31 colleges in Cambridge the older ones all in the same street backing onto the River Cam. The first one was built in 1284, so many are medieval. This street and the ones nearer the river were ...