Premier Inn Hemel Hempstead Central
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... a hole in which to place Bill's ashes. Although it was all a bit depressing, it was probably no less than what the cemetery would have done and under the circumstances it was the best we could do. Marian's parents are buried at the same cemetery and as she visits quite often, she and Nigel are going to give the grave a bit of attention.
Bill and Christine were in the middle of a major renovation of their house and had booked us into a motel room at ...
... I got to experience the history of Shakespeare's era. I wouldn't say I am a big Shakespeare fan but his art and legacy, was an good experience.
Unfortunately it was getting dark so I caught a bus back to the Greenwich, where we hopped on the last cruise for the day. It took us back to the Westminster harbour, the trip back was an unforgettable experience. The ...
... again, we encountered the European mentality of “Closed for Winter”. All the campgrounds in the area were closed, Arundel Castle was closed... are you getting the picture? After consulting one of the on-line resources we were using to find camping, we read that you could park your motorhome in the castle carpark in Arundel. When we got there (in the dark) on the Friday night, we could see that there were no height barriers in use and so, we drove in ...
... all up by the time I go to sleep after typing this. It is just as bad as it looks I can assure you! All the initial adrenaline of an otherwise awesome day has properly worn off now, I'm bloody exhausted and was nodding off at dinner. I'm so looking forward to a shower tomorrow morning, we're both pretty gross and have been hiding our feral hair under our beanies permanently! hahaha This is after meeting Adriana's wonderful aunties, and Zia Maria took us on ...
... all the way. What a great view from the top, I could see the Citibank building in Canary Wharf where I spent a couple of years of my life (that I'll never get back) on a building site.
After obligatory photos on the meridian line we made our way back down the hill via the ice-cream shop and back to the train.
It was awesome to catch up with Stan an Julie and meet their gorgeous grandchildren. Thanks so much to them for their generosity and ...