Premier Inn Stevenage North
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... also with guns rather than musical instruments. We didn't stay to see what happened to these forgetful ones but I am sure they got a similar treatment to the blue blokes. Someone said these were the Grenadier Guards but not a grenade to be seen. The TD directs us to Hyde Park. We walk under the Wellington Arch and notice the traffic lights have the usual walk and don't walk signs but some of them include bicycle and horse signs. TD is on squirrel alert, letting me know each time ...
... and The Tennis Lawn Museum before heading back to The Gatsby Club for Tea Time where we had petit four desserts, sandwiches and more champagne. We were driven to the tube and headed back to our respective hotels.
I was able to get a picture with Bagdatis. He just happened to be checking out of the hotel at the same time. I called his name and asked to take a picture with him. He obliged. I was thrilled.
... with my umbrella. With no map to guide me I kept checking the frequently occurring city maps along the way. Eventually I got to the point were, according to the map, I was at London bridge, but there was no big drawbridge. So I kept walking. Came to discover that " London Bridge" is just a normal bridge, "Tower Bridge" is the iconic bridge everyone knows, and the one I was looking for. Finally found it, took lots of pictures and even walked across it. On the other side you have ...
... fashion choices! It was very busy inside - I had no idea so many people chose to visit exhibitions!! Isabella is famed to be the person who 'discovered' Alexander McQueen and Philip Treacy. So a lot of the clothes and hats were of their designs. A final walk over Waterloo bridge and back into another tourist hotspot - south bank. We had some early dinner, before heading back to Waterloo for the train home. So a day in London - a bit of shopping, some culture (!) and a lot of ...
... Post Office tomorrow.
We picked up our rental car and found our way to my Uncle Leslie's abode.
He was in very good spirits and it was so lovely to see him again. Les is now in his 80s and he never fails to amaze me that although my Dad and him have not lived together, in the same house , nor even the same ...