Premier Inn Chelmsford - Springfield
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... neatly tended gardens. Thru forests of ancient oak trees covered in moss and a carpet of bluebells endlessly in blue.. So gorgeous. Much more pleasant without the rain..even glimpses of sunshine and the sea looking blue! Encounters with a paddock of cows, a rope swing in the forest, open pastures of green green grass, sheep and their lambs, small birds tweeting constantly with a few large sea birds circling high above...passed a few walkers with a chat, then along last ...
... and lesbian central of London and was alive and thriving, the streets lit by christmas lights, bars and clubs. We then found this underground bar that was like a rainforest jungle and ate chocolate brownie volcanos. Yesterday I returned from staying in Essex just outside of London with my estranged grandfather John and his partner Marion. I haven't seen him for about 13 years and I had contacted my cousin Victoria and cousin Paul who live in London ...
... at a festival!! Haha I think the hardest part was waiting for beyonce. It was raining and freezing and she was 20min late. Her performance was amazing she sounded brilliant and the dancing was awesome but definitely not festival appropriate. She went off stage 5 times for costume changes!!! we bailed as soon as she was done and crashed out. Only thing that interrupted our sleep was my barking ...
... trip, and Lucie is off home to see her mum for 10 days, so I'll be sorting out everything in the flat this week before my bike trip across the Alps next week! I've arranged our flights to Mexico too for 3rd October as we need onward travel booked for our ESTA to be valid when we arrive in New York, so that gives us a full 80 days in the US of ...
... false start trekking down a very lengthy,but pretty, bridle path we retreated to the car and found the real route, which was several miles away, but the ruins were worth seeing, and the views were even better. More photos!
We wended our merry way back, using our map reading skills to the Hotel Hands and to a very nice dinner.
Pity our photo importing skills are not as good as our map reading skills - yet!
We will crack it!