Mercure London Staines-upon-Thames Hotel
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... Christmas season.
From there we left for Blarney Castle. There were endless pastures dotted with sheep, cows, and horses. Looking at the beauty of the scenery around us it was clear why Ireland is called the land of 40 shades of green.
Freddie dropped us at the entrance to the castle and gardens. It was a ten minute walk to the castle. We slowly made our way up the 100+ steps exploring the different rooms in the castle ...
... she's invited me to see the Cure at the Royal Albert Hall on Friday. She won free tickets. Am so excited!
I also had dinner with Diem and her friends in Fulham. It was a lovely area and I am keen to check it out during the day.
Last week I also registered for a 2 day music ...
... are not to my liking. Never mind, they probably would have been out of my desired price range! Teddy found some lovely Christmas ornaments, so we left carrying an exclusive Liberty shopping bag, and headed towards a fabric shop in Soho which she wanted to visit. A small shop, it had rolls of very dressy fabric, a couple of tartans that we were both considering, and some dyed leather pieces, one of which caught my eye for making book covers. Even so, we ...
... then walked down to the river and took a few “foggy London” photos on our way to the tube to get out to Greenwich. This meant catching three trains, the last being the Docklands Light Rail or DLR for short. We found the “Cutty Sark” quite easily (it’s a tad hard to miss!) and bought tickets to it and the Observatory. The lower hull of the ship is plated with brass (the signs say copper but it aint) which looks quite cool. It was designed to ...
... 8211; it boggles the mind. A large block of Scottish fans were as vocal as the English ones. I guess it’s good that nationalistic fervours are played out these days on a sports field rather than on a battlefield.
- sipped a Pimm’s Cocktail on the patio atop the National Maritime Museum called 16’’ West Brasserie (it is located at 16 seconds west longitude in Greenwich).
I also attended the ...