Premier Inn Cobham
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... first at Moo, a cute Argentinian place. I got weird red face after a couple of bloody Mary's. Apparently I'm allergic to Argentinian bloody Mary's. Ha! After Moo, we continued our journey down brick lane until we decided to stop at a place called All Star. It was very unassuming from the outside so you can imagine our surprise when we discovered a huge bowling alley complete with karaoke rooms. After a couple drinks, we decided the ...
... a lot to those in Ecuador) but I still definitely want to come back here in the summer when I am back from Ecuador!
After Borough Market I went for a walk round the area. I passed by the Clink Prison Museum and a bit later the Old Operating Theatre Museum... both are places I've wanted to go to for a long time now because they sound really interesting, but today I was put off by the ...
... experience and possibly one of the trip highlights. After the tour Uncle John took us through the Houses of Parliament. The House of Lords was mind blowing. The rooms were very ornate and impressive. The had such a grand, regal feel and the detail of everything (carpets, floor, ceilings etc) was amazing. It was hard to take in every room, as each was so different yet still so incredible.
For our second day Maddy and I got ourselves to ...
... ALL THE TIME!
9. Oysters in the UK and Ireland, oh my heavens, they are delicious!
10. Stood in the middle of an ancient stone circle where countless people have stood before me across generations and millennia
11. Have four more months of travel stretching ahead of me
12. The weight of my bags, while at times annoying, serve as a reminder of how fortunate I am to be able to undertake such a trip
... wasn't overly long but a lot happened during their time on the throne. You just can’t make up stuff like this because it was so convoluted and complicated and interrelated and “soap opera-ish”.
The Glorious Revolution in 1688 really meant the “turn of the wheel” rather than a violent revolution and was during the reign of William and Mary and then Queen Anne. 1689 brought the ...