Premier Inn Aylesbury
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... as I said to Bill a friend on Facebook, it's all part of the fun in travelling - you have to take the rough with the smooth and be thankful that we got home safely - just a little bit later than planned.
And so ends another travel blog. This book is going to be a big one - I think around 400 pages. I'm so glad I've done it as we've seen and done so much in the last seven weeks that it starts to blur in your head and at least I can refresh ...
... to go to the markets at Camden Place and when speaking to Joel he had recommended going to Little Venice and taking a ride to Camden Place on a boat. So we found the train to Little Venice. It was quite nice there with the canal and barges lining either side. We walked up to the next bridge but couldn’t see the hire boats. So we asked a local and she pointed us back in the direction we had come from. On the other side of the bridge we started at was where you could ...
... and set off to Italy.
I do plan to pop back for Glastonbury before I then go off to Asia.
So for now it is just last minute preparations and packing... I am equal parts scared and excited but I know overall it will be an interesting experience if nothing else!
Until next time
... interesting stories. There is an unsolved disappearance/murder mystery about two little boys who were heirs to the thrown who went missing one day. Then they thought they found their bones but weren’t sure. The bones were then stolen and replaced with animal bones so now we will never know if those were really the boys’ bones and whether they were murdered or just disappeared. They also keep seven ravens on site because legend says that if they ever leave, ...
Didn't do too much today as we've seen most of the sights and it was rainy and dreary for a good bit. Went and saw Wellington's Arch and a few statues around there. Took a train to Hampstead where I got off and wandered around a bit. Very fancy part of town, pretty cool suburb. Caught a bus to the mall and looked around and then another bus back to the hotel where I watched a soccer match on TV. Another Arsenal match tomorrow, hopefully another ...