Premier Inn Welwyn Garden City
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... by the London Aquarium and the London Eye before crossing back again on the Waterloo bridge. We saw the home of Charles Dickens as well as the London School of Politics and Economics where Michael Jagger attended before he changed his mind about politics, changed his name to Mick, and became the lead singer of the Rolling Stones. Cathedral was our first stop. We got a few pics in the rain then hurried inside so we wouldn't get soaked.
... homes, good siz nice gardens, Cuffley isn't that far for London so we are assuming that people commute. Nice drive we tried to find the town of Hatfield again, but still no success, we feel that there isn't much in the way of a town at Hatfield or we just keep missing it.
Home and Russ had emails from Airbnb people to answer while I played around with my family tree. I have been finding out information using the census ...
6th May - Tuesday
It rained during the night, but we woke to a nice morning.
A slow morning, we seem to have a lot of slow mornings, it seems to be very British, so we need to fit in. We had our cup of tea, then our second cup of tea, breakfast and got ourselves ready to start the day, I used to be a morning person in another life.
We needed to stock the larder, supplies were getting low. We didn't go anywhere else, I ...
... about but she wasn't very happy with him, things were being thrown around the annex, so he decided to light his fire. He was using heat beads and had a great lot of smelly smoke that was drifting all over the vans next to him, not us. We were quite entertained, kept our heads down, trying to look uninterested. He put his meat on, still heaps of smoke, even more than before, he sat down ...
... all weekend). We introduced ourselves and ended up talking for a few hours. He was pretty awesome! We invited him to tour the city with us the next day since he was travelling alone. Did I mention he was from Texas? He was an American brethren!
After a glorious night of sleep we took the Tube into the city and met up with the rest of the International students. Gryff, the international/student exchange coordinator/ ...