The Royal Cambridge Hotel
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... plans to meet up next summer. I have been instructed to make it a Saturday night.
My valet had us on the wrong underground train [a split destination]. Got to Kew Gardens but no World Heritage Site bagged for just being at a tube spot. Back to T5 to pick up my checked luggage . It was after 2230 before Roddy and I got to the Premier Inn on the Hoppa bus . The hotel bar had closed so discretion meant lights out by 2345. Travel chit chat will have to wait.
... enjoying a drink with Suzanne & Paul under blue sky. They later went out for dinner and we looked after the boys.
3 Aug Awoke to a nice sunny morning, I did the blog and Lorraine did some washing.Then we all went along to the “Cricketer” at Kew Green for a Sunday lunch. Then we drove along the M4 to Heathrow to drop of the car, we did a total of 649.1 miles home for a light tea and Oliver showing us how he rides his new bike.
... Castle, Stonehenge and Bath. Our feet are gleeful, our bottoms concerned about hours sitting in a bus. Hopefully there won't be annoying people on the tour, but that's what iPods are for...
Tuesday will be a tossup between Westminster Abbey and St Paul's or Oxford. Hmmm...only time will tell.
Watch this space!
PS no photos still as the wifi is not cooperating.
... how hard I work those two days. To my heartbreak my school also wanted me to teach there on Friday but as they asked too late I had to go to another school and actually work and teach. How unfair was that!
Friday night was a catch up with our lovey friend Anna who is on holidays. We met her at her apartment and we decided to take her to a great steak restaurant called Steak and Co. Nick decided he could lead us there and after a while he decided he didn’t need his phone ...
... to the British Empire. One section Amanda rather enjoyed was the Crown Jewels, which included a number of the Royal Crowns and Gold. Cole rather enjoyed the Regimental Museum who operates out of the Tower, they had both a statue of Hitler and Benito Mussolini which they gained during WW2.
After the tower, walked across Tower Bridge and down to the docks to get to the HMS Belfast. The HMS Belfast is a Naval Ship, which Cole was very excited to tour during ...