Royal Oak Hotel
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... where we feel. We will rely on a variety of Lonely Planet guides, which proved useful on our European adventure, a minimum of clothes as we will have backpacks, and the Internet (how did we ever do without it!). The start of our trip will be in the extreme colds of Siberia until we get into the humidity of SE Asia. So we will probably have to dispense with ...
... food area where locals were selling hotdogs, for 2 Pound ($3.61). After looking through the stalls and grabbing a few bargains I walked to the Alexandra Palace Ice Rink.
This recently refurbished indoor skating area. Luckly for us it was Disco night, Once the clock struck 4pm the fun began, DJ's and LED's lighting up the arena. The arena stretched along glass paneled windows over looking the city. There was plenty of people cruising ...
Theresa and I walked the dogs at Knole Park, in Kent, and admired the beautiful deer. The house dates from 1603, originally an Archbishops' palace and now the home of the Sackville family. Then all off for dinner at The Carpenters' Arms at Limpsfield Chart, John busy trying to test lots of local ...
... feat. Well walking back to the tube station from the hospital (I had an x-ray on my lung because it was still sore from last summer) I waled past a sign that said open.
For some reason I turned around to see what it was referring to and realised, to my great delight, that this was indeed a Cabman’s Shelter! Assuming they only took cash, I found myself at the nearest ATM before heading back ...
... rare treat to get to be with such a close friend after many months in Spain.
-- Food! You're thinking food? The English don't have good food. But actually London does. Like New York or another big city, London has everything. We indulged in falafel, Thai food and great sushi. We even had a taste of home -- a visit to Chipotle for burritos!
-- We spent our last morning at the Churchill war rooms, an amazing museum created from the ...