Ponsbourne Park De Vere Venues
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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Swimming pool
- Room service
- Wheelchair accessibility
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... better but Paddy had bronchitis and had to have antibiotics. Catching up with friends As well as catching up with Johnny Hall, a friend of mine from my year in Scotland, Margaret Anderson came to visit and stayed in The Coach house for 3 nights before our trip to Burnham Market. So we all enjoyed her company and catching up on the years. Then Eugene contacted his friends whom he had last seen in 1973 when they were colleagues at the Suffolk College of Advanced Education in ...
... drinking a pint, sleeping in an English pub for a week (which I did -#backpackerlife), or exploring the Tower of London and the history that London has to offer, London is for you. I loved London, and seeing my old friends was really wonderful. It's funny how you can go years without seeing people and you feel like nothing has changed between you. It just shows you how precious the friends are that you make traveling. I can now say I have friends all over the world. I spent one ...
... Queen Victoria was the first monarch to live in the palace, and her statue is in front of it. Then we walked past St James's "palace", where the king lived at the time of the Buckingham opening. It looks shabby and depressing, like a dungeon prison. No wonder he wanted to snag that mansion!! I then left the group and walked past the Trafalgar Square and took a double decker bus. Oh yeah, I got an Oyster card first. You buy one from a machine or person at ...
... and the history which is represented on the architecture was superb. We didn't get a lot of time to appreciate it independently, but our guide was very good and just what we needed at the end of a very busy day. We had a quick walk around the main university square and got to see 'All Souls' college etc. Our second free day in London tomorrow so an opportunity to finish ticking more sights off our must-see ...
... on a pathway reinforced to protect the ground around the stones. Then a four wheeled drive with carriages attached like a road train took us back to Visitor's Centre. We didn't get to Oxford until nearly 5pm and I declined the thirty minute walk around University. Needed to have something to eat and a cuppa and rest up for big day and early start tomorrow. Chicken Shop Bag featured in a few ...