Premier Inn London Edgware
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... people serve themselves. I learned not to try to change her ways, and let go without being too obvious... • Sunday fun day walk from Big Ben to Tower of London. Little stop for a picnic, lots of pictures, pub with a view and just enough beer to be satisfied and not over served. Great success and in my way, I guess all about compromising, • one more rainy morning before we all leave. Saying good bye to mom was tearful, will never learn that I am a grown up. Taking ...
... not hard to spot. The entrance to the Museum itself wasn’t readily apparent, although there were some small signs pointing the way. When I ventured inside, I found that the appearance of the museum from the outside is quite misleading, as there are an enormous number of displays inside, covering two large hangar buildings as well as two smaller buildings.
Just about every type of aircraft from the past century was represented, including several variants ...
... spacious carriage to enjoy the farmland scenery dotted regularly with towns. We glimpsed the Salisbury Cathedral spire as the train stopped to divide, then on again through more hilly terrain of Wiltshire. We arrived in Exeter St David station and discovered that our resurrected local sim phone had no more phone credit, how we can't work out seeing we only rang Laura successfully twice! Then found out the Euro car hire office was not near either railway station in Exeter, so after a ...
... lunch with Limtech and Delcom.
It is an Indian restaurant and had beautiful food. They really enjoyed their meal there. Battery Boy had researched somewhere special for their last lunch together and had organised it. They all thank him very much.
Later they walked back through Green Park to Buckingham Palace where they took a number of photos. All the chairs were set out for people to sit in the park and enjoy the first day of summer. A shame it ...
... restaurant that was sold to us by the doorman offering a free round of drinks and when he mentioned non-alcoholic cocktails, the kids eyes lit up and he knew he was on a winner. We are glad we picked the restaurant as the food was delicious and the restaurant had a fantastic atmosphere and all at a very reasonable price for London.
After dinner Roy, the geocaching mad boy he is, talked us into looking for a nearby nano cache (a very very ...