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9. Our wine/jacuzzi evening in Yosemite View Lodge
This was my favourite evening of the whole holiday - despite following what was the most stressful hour or so of the whole holiday (getting petrol after our journey to Glacier Point!) We all got pizzas (though I had to go back and change mine). We ate, chilled and chatted, listening to the river, on our balcony. We blogged and watched some TV. Lucy and I drank wine. We all had dips in ...
Lots of you have been asking for a blog for our trip and here it is!
did say we weren't sure it would be that interesting or entertaining
but you all said to do it anyway so you only have yourselves to blame
when you get bored :)
Not too sure what else to write
for a first post so, in the unlikely event that you've managed to avoid
us going on and on about this, here is the plan:
... Club site just down the road from Petworth, West Sussex. It's a nice site, but spoilt by the placement of water taps and facilities, lugging a full toilet cassette through wooded paths, stumbling over tree roots is not my idea of fun!
After leaving Graffam we went to Ebernoe which is just north of Petworth to surprise our friends in the rally club we belong to, who were rallying there. Whilst here we bought our ...
... and Queens collections thru out history have added to the wealth of the Royals. The impact as your walk up the stairs and knowing this is where the Queen welcomes state visitors and entertains. On both sides are knights on horseback in full armour as you walk up the stairs to the vestibule. As you walk thru Bedchambers where Kings and Queens have slept the banquet halls and reception lounges - the furniture, the armoury, the artwork, the Queens knights with all ...
... shop was 6 floors of toys, from a girl level, cars, Lego. I will add some pictures of the Lego floor as I had my picture taking with the Queen today, she was such a lovely person to meet ;-) After the toy shop we headed down to Trafalgar Square so we could have a photo with the Lions. Charlie and I also climbed up on another section and had some photos taken. Charlie wasn't worried at all of getting down, but gee I ...