Premier Inn Marlow
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... been described as the finest dining hall in Europe and was designed by Sir Christopher Wren and Nicholas Hawksmoor to be used as a dining room for naval veterans who lived at the naval hospital. This is also where Nelson’s body was brought to lie in state before he funeral in 1806. Across the courtyard from the Painted Hall is The Chapel, which is dedicated to St Peter and St Paul, both of whom have connections with water and the sea. This beautiful church ...
... it or Not when I went to ask where the nearest bear was. I covered a lot of them, but anyone who has the idea to find all 50 in one day in nuts...there is one at Heathrow. I went from the moment I left the service at 11:10 until dark (4:30) and then kept going until on the 18th bear my phone died. Yep, I killed my phone bear hunting. But that was ok, I did other stuff then. Like drink mulled ...
... day we learned that Steve doesn't like modern art, and that jokes about no work ever being done in public servant offices aren't just an Australian thing. There was a lot of information about the things we passed by and I don't remember any of it. We saw most of the landmarks you'd expect to see in London. Look kids! Big Ben! Parliament! (Although as we all know, Big Ben is the name of the bell, not of the tower, which is called Elizabeth Tower. ...
... the ladder only stairs (more like ladders!)...9 levels. So instead of climbing the monument I climbed all over this war ship...and add to that the insane number of stairs on the different tube lines today (oh that was an adventure!) is what indeed made it leg (and more specifically) stairmaster day!! Managed to make it back to my meet up in time & a bunch of us went walking around in search of dinner & a pint...by way of Kings Cross ...
... one side of the hill and watched them lay their eggs.'
And thank goodness we took that turn because if we hadn't we wouldn't have spent four hours walking around the suburbs being lost, losing weight and getting threatened with a gun (okay - so that part's not quite true, but this guy pulled a wallet from his back pocket, it could have been a gun - my fear was genuine). And most of the photos for this post would not have been ...