Premier Inn Maidstone - Sandling
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... to the maze, but it was already getting on for 4pm and getting quite dark so we didn't push the point to get to the centre (especially after Matt's previous experience!) We did struggle to get out at one point and Brody being on Matt's shoulders was just as helpful as Marni being up there! We got
out all safe and sound and took the kids back to the rooms for some chill out play time and a bath before dinner.
... Our first match of the day was a doubles match, then Murray vs Kei Nishikori, followed by a lengthy break, then the night session started. I moved seats to a less impressive view, but it was still good. Another doubles match was up first and then Federer vs Raonic. Both singles matches were good, although there was not the same intense feeling one has at a grand slam.
Yesterday me and my family went to the Tower Of London it was scary and EXCITING at the same time because the Yeoman Warder told as about THE EXECUTION! An execution is when somebody HORRIBLE gets their head chopped off. I'll tell you the storey about the man who was having his execution.
THE MAN HAVING HIS EXECUTION
The man got down on the block to get his head chopped ...
... Canada, but this was better in that we sat in front of a huge window and watched red double deckers and neat cars drive by us. We drank Guinness and Smithwick beers all night, ate mussels and french fries and listened to the live band who serenaded us with oldies tunes. (my fave!) We stumbled back to our room after midnight, excited to wake up and continue exploring and enjoying this amazing honeymoon.
... was an extra but it definitely paid off as they were few and far between on heads in the crowd so it really stood out. Sam looked beautiful in her simple but elegant white dress and hat, we were paid many complements throughout the day! But alas we had to leave the grounds and return to our real lives as antipodean plebs; still awed and captivated by the trappings of royalty and how the other fraction live.