Premier Inn Silverstone
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After our lovely long weekend - rounded off with a Saturday night barbecue at Lucy and Dean's, a leisurely Sunday roast at the Albion in Islington with Jon and Lisa and a very civilised garden party chez nous on the Monday with Saska - work has come calling.
But fortunately my job comes with perks and ...
... restaurant, Violet, in Hackney. She knows all kinds of delectable shops (mostly food) on lanes that twist this way and that. I simply wouldn't have experienced that part of London or that way, without Claire. It was such a treat.
By the time we reach Liberty, near Oxford Street, I peeled off and took the Underground back to Notting Hill. Elisabeth and Claire continued their quest for tea.
If I could ...
... ago. We managed to convince the attendant that we were students, thereby paying a lower entry fee than all other visitors other than children and seniors.
At the main door we were greeted by a young man who, judging by his fruity accent, was an aristocrat on his uppers. We walked through a very interesting series of rooms devoted to Winston Churchill who had grown up in the palace and proposed to his future wife Clementine in the gardens which formed part of his ...
Our decision to leave the Isle of Man before the end of the TT race week was made almost a year ago when we booked our accommodation and ferry tickets. And, while we may have allocated our time differently with more experience, the arrangement worked well and provided the advantage of allowing us to attend a round of the MotoGP at Silverstone on our way back to London. We had heard that the Silverstone circuit had ...
... perhaps the most famous of Oxford's colleges, which is where Lewis Carrol went and got to know little Alice (his inspiration for Alice in Wonderland). This is why I wanted to see the place (that, and the history), and then I heard people talking about how some of Harry Potter was filmed there, which was an extra bonus.
Peter was born in Oxford and knows the city well so he was our own personal tour guide and led us through back streets ...