Waltham Abbey Marriott Hotel
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... 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, ...
... a microsecond. I soar across the dark void called “the past is over, the future is not yet here.” It’s called a transition. I have come to believe that it is the only place that real change occurs.
I have a sneaking suspicion that the transition zone is the only real thing, and the bars are the illusions we dream up to not notice the void. Yes, with all the fear that can accompany transitions, they are still the most vibrant, ...
... were any differences from the last time we had dinner there. Later on we were getting tired and stood up to leave 20 minutes before the end of the evening and the waitress was quite dismayed and rushed over to offer us a drink on the house if we would just stay, so with a glass of prosecco in our hand we managed to stay on till the end. They were selling CDs for 10 pound so Tom bought one and we had it It autographed by all of the performers. It really was an awesome ...
... this time on the way out. Today we have been through Edmonton, Ponders End, Brimsdown, Enfield and are now here in Waltham Abbey. We expected our favourite moorings to be choc a block but we are the only boat here.
We have been very impressed with the new towpath all the way here. The facilities however are not so good. We have found that many water points have gone and one had been ...
... fully expected it to be because it was the most expensive property in Monopoly of course), Grosvenor Square (also posh), visited Daunt Books in Marylebone (a stunning bookshop, and also very classy - even if Marylebone was only in the orange properties!). I moved on to Euston Square (definitely going downhill now: this was only in the light blue) to visit a café there. It had featured in the BBC miniseries Sherlock as the location right next to ...
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