Premier Inn Hemel Hempstead Central
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... to the limited population and sprawling countryside, we deemed it appropriate to camp for our three nights here. Portree was a beautiful town, and the surrounding land was unbelievable. One day was spent hiking up and away into these colossal hills with cliffs reaching from the clouds to the sea. Random sheep roamed the land, and we didn't see anyone else as we walked endlessly, higher and higher through stunning scenery. Helplessly, our footwear became soaked within the ...
Had to get new Sim Card just before Abbey Road.
Tues a.m. we were lucky to get our hop on hop off ticket stamped for 48 hrs. Made our day. Three days for one.
Our first stop was off to Madame Toussaud's .
I remember it as not being too great from 30 years ago but I was very ...
... The museums were both huge and you could virtually spend a day in each, but we just stuck to the exhibits that interested us, and after the last 2 days being on our feet and walking I don’t know how many kilometres (a lot!), we got over standing after a few hours, so went to find lunch. We then walked up to Royal Albert Hall where there was a new mural installed called Appearing, which had photos of all different people who have performed at the hall over the years from ...
... collection of selfies on her phone, and was able to show me photos of the many different hairstyles she tried in a rainbow of colours, before she settled for black. Many of the photos also showed off her many facial piercings that she has eventually gotten rid of to be able to work part time in retail, while she studies at college.
All in all it was a memorable weekend, and one that I hope to repeat at the end of August before flying back to ...
... I lit a candle for Pa, and one for Rex, I didn't think he'd mind as I know he liked St Paul's. Someone was playing the organ at first, then the choir sang. It was so moving, and felt very special.
Best of all, I climbed the 257 steps to the Whispering Gallery. 257 steep and narrow steps in a continuous spiral. Then, we climbed 119 more, up to the Stone Gallery! This is outside, and we could take photos. The views were phenomenal. The descent was easier, but ...