Premier Inn Stevenage North
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This morning we got on the Underground and headed to Knightsbridge to the Victoria and Albert Museum. There was an exhibit of Wedding dresses through the years. Spent some time wandering and then sat in the courtyard garden with the obligatory cup of coffee. Then ...
... much cheese in my life! My obsession only grows. Over all, pictures do better justice to our adventure so I will leave you to those. On our way back, we sat in traffic for almost 2 hours. A protest blocked traffic very close to our hotel. I could have done without that. We all needed some quiet time after the chaos. For dinner, we went to Covent Gardens to walk about ...
... building next to the church. Sure enough, it was another church. An Adventist church! What can we say...Shout out to all our Seventh Day Adventist peeps! We are worldwide baby!!
We loaded up on the bus in anticipation of our next stop. The famous Stonehenge.
... reaching street food vendors lining the sidewalks outside the stores. This market was similar to what we had done for lunch the previous day, apparently the markets just spring up depending on day to day. I had a bowl of spiced squash stew on rice with beets and other veggies for "five and a half quid". We sat outside a nearby pub and ordered and enjoyed a pint in the warm spring air.
Meetings continued until 7pm when we walked north to a fancier pub for dinner. This one ...
... out, Fortnum and Mason was closed, but Hatchard's was open. I found what I wanted and we headed back towards Piccadilly Circus stopping for coffee, a mincemeat tart and to decide what to do next. I remembered that there was another vendor selling the items that Teddy wanted at the Covent Garden Market, and as Teddy had wanted to shop there anyway, we decided to walk to Covent Garden. Thank goodness for my A to Z!
Eros in the centre of ...