Oatlands Park Hotel
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... we got to Hampton Court parking lot. We paid the usual fee for pay and display for five hours then walked across the green to Hampton Green and there was Diane, Carolyn's daughter who came to London by herself for few days. We picked up our tickets and entered the magnificent Hampton Court. It was good to see a familiar face after six weeks of just the two of us looking at each other. ...
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Twenty minutes later we were standing in the Grand Hall of the museum. There is so much to see it was hard to figure out where to start. We could not help but see one of those large statutes from Easter Island in the main hall. Then we walked through an exhibit on the evolution of money through different time periods. The kids got ...
... rich! 50% of the world's trading goes on in a small section of London. They have this building called the WALKIE TALKIE, because it looks like an old walkie talkie. What is planned is that on top of the building will be a sky park, which will be open to the public for FREE! According to the guide, there is so much wealth there, that it was suggested or mandated or I am not sure - that something would be available to the public for free. It is slated to open for ...
... ever growing huge crowd, then make it on board and head to Bank, then change to Stratford. Outside we head to St Johns where they are having Carols by Candlelight, we stay for 45 minutes, so lovely, then walk via supermarket back home. Mac is quickly in bed, reading him one of Lochlan's books about 'Ed climbs a big hill', great inspiring story about Sir Edmund Hillary, Julia stays up for a bit to watch Gordon Ramsays Christmas dinner special then bed. Paul and ...
... key. Wolvercote Lock was empty, so we assume that the hire boat had been moored above the lock somewhere.
We used the facilities by Bridge 238, which have been greatly improved since we were last here. Just south of Bridge 240 we found some 48H moorings with rings so we decided to stop. There was a recreation ground alongside and a playground with a few youngsters using up some excess energy.
We followed a footpath, which led us to Port Meadow, a ...