Premier Inn Loughton Buckhurst HIll
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Travel Blogs from Buckhurst Hill
... I just went out under a tree and did nothing.
It was pure bliss.
I love this cottage and I would honestly buy it off Tim and Chris if ever they sold it. It's beautifu. And calm. It peacefully tells me to calm my **** and breathe.
So I love it here.
... stop-dead-in-my-tracks-moment #2! The day ended with dinner and my first taste of a hookah (that tasted like black licorice ewwww). The comrade was great :). When we finally got home (around midnight) I had no trouble sleeping :)! Day 3: My Feet Have Died and Gone to Hell This was my most favorite and my feet's most hated day! We saw some Rembrandt (dude has mad skills wink wink), Van Gogh, and Monet. Having so many years and generations of paintings the exhibit really allowed you ...
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 ...
... After lunch, we turned around and headed towards St. James Park to find the Westminster Abbey and tour it. St. James Park is lovely with huge trees, grassy lawns, a pond and lots of water birds. We saw the bird keeper's cottage and a flock of herons (I think they were herons with enormous bills) having lunch. We passed the museum of the Queen's Guards and easily found the magnificent Westminster Abbey. We circled the Abbey ...
... look incredibly clumsy. For our afternoon activity, we visited the Royal Air Force (RAF) Museum outside London. On the way there, we got stuck on the Tube less than 200 meters from our station for over 15 minutes! Talk about awesome. The museum was awesome because it held over 80 planes used by the RAF during WW2. Even though I've seen many of these planes before, it is still breathtaking to see these huge machines. They just look so tiny on TV! The museum is one of many that I ...