Travelodge London Battersea
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... of this ancient foggy city. The tour guide told us about all sorts of characteristics related to the UK, such as bikes as a luxury. An old BMW may cost 800 pounds, while one may have to spend a thousand pounds on a new bike; the universal free medical care (except for dental and eyeglasses coverage) the British take pride in; the UK's not-so-big disparity between the rich and the poor, with people rarely comparing themselves with others financially; British people’s ...
... French Connection so we were sure that we would be finding more stores that were higher end and maybe some fast fashion stores like River Island or All Saints. To our surprise the little shopping area mostly contained places to eat and food stands. Other stores included Monsoon a bathing suit store, and one other smaller fast fashion stores. The second floor of the complex was mostly taken up my a movie theatre called "Vue". After exploring ...
... screen and be part of the Wimbledon atmosphere. Of course to be really part of the atmosphere you needed to have a Pimms - duly fetched by Simon. The Henman Hill, as you can tell by its name is a hill, so it has a slope and some parts are steeper than others. We found an empty patch of grass on a bit of a slope so Paul Simon's song ' Slip Sliding Away' came to mind as we did over time slide down the hill! (IF) We see on Stuff that Paul ...
... I was a bit disappointed at how little emphasis was put on the Downton Abbey tie in. There was much too much information, for my liking, about the Earl of Carnarvon. After all, I was there to see where Pamuk died, the stairway and upstairs that the tarty chick lured Branson, the "fancy eating room" where all the dining room scenes were shot, not photos of the Earl and his family. GIve me the Earl of ...
... and portraits. So fascinating to see what people actually looked like, although after several hours they all tended to look the same.
It was raining when we came out, but it was still exciting to be in Trafalgar Sqaure with the late Friday afternoon crowds. Caught the tube home and we are now waiting for a huge piece of beef to roast. Terry's turn to cook.