Premier Inn St Albans / Bricket Wood
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... before synthetic paints were invented, the extracting from minerals stones and animals, the mixing with olive oil - egg - and freaking arsenic, and then finally how expensive some were to make. There is a reason purple was reserved for royalty!!! After that we did a mad dash passed Big Ben, Parliment, West Minster Abbey, and then stopped (AMEN) and chewed at St. James park over looking Buckingham place (lol no big thing right :p...or NOT!!). Then we barreled on to visit ...
... to these important historical events.We all learned heaps.
After this, we headed off to Trafalgar Square where Allie was disappointed to not be able to get up close to the massive Lion statues, roped off for The Tour De France.
We had a break in the cafe at St Martins in the Fields church right in the square. The cafe is very unique, it is in the basement and the area is right on tops of real crypts, so quite unusual.We couldn't decide whether it was cool or a ...
... there really wasn't enough time to explore Bath in general, as we would have liked to see some more of the township, but something is better than nothing... Travelled through part of the Cotswolds on the way home. Kevin pointed out that many of the fields contain grape seed for biofuel (or in Aussie terms 'canola') Long bus trip home, where we were dropped off at Victoria Train Station and then walked home. Arrived back at the hotel at about 9.15 ...
... two at a time and could leave the fox with the chicken or the chicken with the seed. You get the picture?! I couldn't figure this one out so, sod it. I left Roisin in the rain to struggle with the luggage while I took the car back. Being a considerate sort of guy, I also took my back pack with me to lighten the load!!
The platform was empty except for an elderly lady and a young lad who we assume was her grandson.
”What date is it?” asked ...
... I'm sorry if anyone finds this upsetting to read), the moment I found the most affecting during the whole day was when the hearse arrived outside our house to take us to the church. Mum said something like "Dad's arrived" and I suddenly remembered the bright sunny summer's day on the 1st of June, 1993, when we moved into this house. Then a contrasting image from the early hours of Christmas ...