Waltham Abbey Marriott Hotel
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... when they played table drums and slurred Frankie Goes to Hollywood's "Relax" like it was 1985. Sad, but cool to watch.
For a more civilized night out I met my cugino Ercole, the man who opens his casa to us in Italy for our family reunions. Ercole met me at Covent Garden decked out in a tweed jacket, tweed scarf and tweed hat. He was fabulous. We strolled arm and arm over the Millennium Bridge to the OXO ...
... Geoff & I are big Queen fans and it did Freddy proud.
Saturday morning we headed back to the Tower of London, joined a tour and heard all about the gruesome goings on behind the walls dating back to 1066. The Tower also houses the Crown Jewels which are on show to the public and include crowns and spectres from the various coronations over the centuries. We decided that since we enjoyed the West End so much we'd take in another show after which we headed ...
... to remove them and reopen the view.
At the end of this short path is the Cradle Walk, thought to refer to the practice of nannies bringing their charges in perambulators to walk along the shaded paths. The shade is created by a non-fruiting type of lime, trained to grow across an arched framework. The plants were badly damaged in storms, but the limes have resprouted and in some places been replaced, and are recreating the dense shaded arches. The walk surrounds ...
Most people wake up and lay in the sunshine, and relax.
Some people get up and go to the bathroom.
I get up, hop on a train and then rush off and chuck my guts up in a public toilet.
I have no idea where that came from, but you can guess what the rest of my day was like.
On another note, I have been thinking a lot about Alice Springs and places out in Western Queensland. I never considered myself a country ...
... We have hired a car and will travel to Norfolk on Thursday and return on Monday the following week, spending Thursday and Sunday nights with Bryan's sister Buncy and husband Dave, and Friday, Saturday and Sunday at Lexham, helping friends Sue and Steve to celebrate their Ruby Wedding Anniversary CAMPING!
On our return we shall head off for Hertford and stay for about 5 or 6 days, ...
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