Premier Inn London Kew
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... morning we fulfilled a dream of Nathan and Roy’s by visiting Lords: the home of cricket. You can only visit Lords by way of a pre-booked tour. The tour itself was excellent. Our guide today was Graham, one of the younger guides, and he made the tour very fun and informative with his personality and stories of players who have graced these grounds. The tour started in the museum section where were able to view the original Ashes urn which stays at Lords regardless ...
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It's amazing how much you can gain out of life just from going on a walk in the park.
The weather was sunny today, and although colder than I would have liked, sun always gets me out of bed.
So I dressed up warmly and went to Hyde Park...one of the central parts of London that makes you forget that you are in a city of 11 million people.
... superb. Many of the clocks were running and you see the accuracy, or otherwise, of each design. Even though the museum was crowded with families the watch and clock collection was almost deserted, as young children prefer colour and movement, not the slow tick of a Thomas Tompian clock. The dignified museum attendant appreciated Greg’s joke that he was a clock-watcher. By then I was a wee bit tired of technology so I sat down to consider my blog for the day, happy ...