Royal Oak Hotel
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- Wheelchair accessibility
- Free parking
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... playing soccer - until the ball popped after hitting a rose bush thorn.
Everyone then stayed for supper (except Mum who left early) and we had fish and chips and then played some more. When Paul and Susan decided to go we packed up as well and Dave took us back to the station.
Finally we had met some of our cousins. It was a great day and hopefully we will get to see them again in ...
... meal deal, but that dream slowly slipped away as the minutes ticked by. So, arriving in London, we rushed to our coach stand and went on a search for alcohol in the newsagents. Disappointed, we boarded our coach with other fellow travellers, the air alight with excitement and anticipation. On our journey towards the ferry, we befriended some guys. We were mutually ...
... we finished the included audio tour, we looked a little more and then waited outside. There was an evensong service at 5, which we wanted to attend. The service was beautiful--most of it was sung by the Westminster Abbey boys choir.
We found a place for a quick dinner before the show. One thing we've discovered about London is that almost everything is closed by 5, some things even earlier. This leaves our evenings completely open. We hadn't planned to go to so many shows ...
... St George’s Day including food festivals, children’s activities and parades. The main event though is the Feast of St George which takes place on Monday 21 April in Trafalgar Square. There will be great food, live music as well as some famous special guests.
Trooping the Colour
This is an event which takes place every year in honour of the Queen’s Birthday. This year it is on Saturday ...
... next. We saw the guard and the balcony where the Royals stand and wave to the commoners. The ironwork and masonry details were awesome!! Also, gained a better perspective of just how many flowers were brought here when Diana died....mind boggling! On our way to St. Paul's Cathedral we rode around Trafalgar Square and past Westminster Abbey and other landmarks too numerous to name. Our next stop was the London ...