Premier Inn Loughton Buckhurst HIll
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... cheeses - Mahala's recommendation was to try 'Neales Cheese' at the markets. Definitely a good recommendation! Mission accomplished and home again for wine & cheese.
Saturday Day 8 - this morning was 'Tower of London' day; thankfully Rebekah was feeling ok and upto it. A quick walk across the road and we were there. Despite its grim reputation as a place of torture, death and imprisonment nowadays it's an amazing historical relic ...
... amidst lush greenery and scenic ambiance. You can simply spend your time by appreciating nature, taking part in the sports activities, boat riding or rowing, swimming, etc. while enjoying your vacation in the Hyde Park. You also get to speak your mind out at the Speaker’s Corner where the orators feel free to voice their opinions on some important issues of the world and its happenings.
The Hyde Park is situated on an extensive wide land of 350 ...
... warning sign that read...once I translated it from the political correct wordiness.... "come on in and die, the anti terrorism act says we can kill you, come on...make my day!" Least thats what I read out of it.
I took some pics and then retired to the statue of Queen Victoria in front, found a spot on a wall and parked me butt on it...just sat there for a while ....looking at the palace....and the people...omg...I know I am a ...
... clock watching through the early hours and having to put my bag out side. All of the key places that Fay had on her bucket list were ticked, there were a few if, longevity and finances permitted, I would like to revisit, but the world is such a big place and so much more to see first. For me I hope I will have ample opportunity to return and explore some wonderful areas of Bath, Oxford, Statford-upon-Avon, Cornish Coastal areas that we just touched ...
Awake to the sad news that the great Robin Williams has taken his life. Yet another black dog succumbs to depression.
on a happier note we get the central line to catch up with so e besties of ours and have a carvery lunch with some gigantic Yorkshire puds. Yummy.
oh and mum, trilby says you must stay with them when here in london. 30 minutes from Tottenham court ...