Menzies London Luton Strathmore
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... 700 years! Without fail! It was so magical in the darkness with the white tower illuminated, and at the end of the ceremony as Big Ben struck 10, a bugler played the last post for fallen comrades. It was extremely moving and one of the highlights of our trip for me. Thank you to my wonderful husband for writing from NZ to arrange for us to see it. We then met up with Andrew again and took a stroll ...
... br> II. There are famous tombs all through
it like Mary Queen of Scots and of course King Richard II and Isaac Newton and
poets and writers like Lewis Carroll (Alice in Wonderland) and Mary Shelly
(Frankenstein) and heaps of others. For
you royal watchers, it was the corner church where Kate and Wills got
hitched. Sorry no pictures; not
allowed. Got some of outside though;
After the tour we happened across a fair ...
... Sunday. The sermon was great :)
Most people kept to themselves, however, and didn't make an effort to make us feel welcome...it made me appreciate the warm atmosphere at St Margaret's so much more. We spoke to a couple of people in the end and had some coffee with them.
One guy was saying that just for a tiny one bedroom appartment in that part of London you're looking at around a million pounds. Puts our ...
... to avoid the stress of a 4 hour ride on Monday Morning. It was quite sunny when we left but we soon encountered flurries of snow along the way. It's Spring here in Merry Olde Blighty and so this weather is to be expected. We stopped off in Membury Service Station and unwittlingly wandered into the dreaded Starbucks for a coffee.......and, as you get in any modern coffee retail outlet, we were confronted with Coffee Confusion......the board showed ...
... and I decided to meet at 4am at Sydney airport. Considering I'd finished packing a mere few hours before that, coupled with the nerves of going overseas, neither of us got much sleep that night. But we rationalized, deciding we'd try and sleep on the plane.
How wrong we were. We'd booked seats together, with Danielle in the window seat and me sitting next to her. Since we're both quite small, we decided to lift up the seat divider and build a small ...