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 ...
Happenings from the last week or so - some highs & lows from Fri 13th to Sun 22nd:
- Went to National Gallery after work and looked around the 1800's + section. Still underwhelmed by the Sunflowers painting
- 1st trip to a major supermarket to stock up (rather than buying bits & pieces at small local store). Went to Asda. Slightly misjudged how much I'd gathered up, bearing in mind I needed to be able to carry it back on 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 ...
Today mum decided to have a rest at the hotel this morning so I ventured out to do some shopping. I bought myself some very nice pair of shoes from a shop called Lanvin. Incidentally it was also the Black Friday sales, which are big in the USA because it happens after Thanksgiving. So there where a lot of sales going on especially on makeup so i ...
... was no photography allowed within this area of the Tower, but Mitch and I tried sneaking a few shots when we thought the guard's attention was diverted. But then Mitch got bold - thrilled with the 20 or so photos he'd managed to sneak. Flushed with his success, he started to walk out of the exhibition space when the security guard came up to him and insisted he delete all photos of the Crown Jewels while she stood and waited. He looked very sheepish after that!