Oatlands Park Hotel
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Today we did an open top bus tour of London. Our first stop where we got off was at Buckingham Palace, then we rode it until we reached the Tower of London. At the tour we partook in a yeomen tour where we learnt all about the towers past and the people that lived and died here. We got to view the chapel where Anne Boleyn and Jane Grey were buried after being beheaded. We then went into the museum at the tower and saw many artifacts from the towers history including ...
... 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. ...
Our flight went fine and we got to our hotel without too much trouble. Travel isn't easy though, everything being unfamiliar. Even the British accent isn't easy to capture right off. We walked to soho and had a great dinner at Nopi, ottolenghis other restaurant. It was great. Then a nice walk back to King's Cross where we are staying. It is still light here till 10 pm. Amazing! Love to all. ...
Well, I am just now getting to bed (6:30am) and I do not even know where to begin because today (last night?!) has been so, so incredible again. Please excuse any jumping around, incoherent sentences, etc. :) I woke up early this morning with the intent to go on a long run but my lazy ass just wasn't feeling it so I did some reading for one of my classes instead. After that, a group of us went to the London Eye for some of ...
... 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 ...