Premier Inn London Gatwick Airport East (Balcombe Road)
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National Gallery & National Portrait Gallery Lots of amazing art works to ogle at. The painting of Lady Jane Grey's imminent beheading is really "a piece of (art) work"! So many paintings and so many people trying to look at them! A few paintings by Monet to see. Onwards to the National Portrait Gallery Portraits, especially of subjects you know of or have heard about, are quite beguiling...To name a ...
... would abandon ship once in Australia and a new crew would have to hired for the return voyage. I loved looking at this ship because I think clipper ships are absolutely beautiful and they have done a great job restoring this ship.
After leaving the Cutty Sark we went over to the National Maritime Museum which has ...
... in the clouds. He would even dismiss the rain as "drops from the telegraph wires!" We stop for lunch at Bishops Stortford. Eunice has prepared quiche and as we eat she reminisces about the hospitality Harold would routinely extend to strangers in his youth. One night, after a concert, he invited the entire band of the Royal Marines back to their house on Cherry Tree Green for ...
Today we visited the Tower of London. What an incredible place steeped in London's history. We went on the tour which was guided by one of the towers Beefeater's/Yeomen Warder dressed in their traditional outfits. The tour lasted for an hour which taught us all about the history of the place and we listened as he told us tales of the kings, queens, the executions and the prisoners that were held in the ...
... Line of Kings, which displays the armour of several Kings of England. As the White Tower is the oldest part of the castle (being built in the 1070s by the Norman conquerors as an intimidation device meant to scare the conquered Londoners as well as visiting invaders coming up the Thames) it made sense that these things were here, along with the keep and several examples of weaponry utilized over the course of the Tower's history.
The Crown ...