Holiday Inn London-Shepperton
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... puff while sitting on a very old wooden seat. We were advised we would probably be the last people to sit on that seat as it was being removed.!!!
Well, somebody has to be last.
Then a brisk walk to the "EYE" Queue for ever just to find out once a ticket is purchased there would be a wait of at least an hour to get aboard. . So that was a no go.
... br> 2. Beautiful weather
3. The beach on our doorstep!
4. Free three hour parking at Claremont Quarter.
5. Getting the bags packed at the checkout in Coles.
6. Cycle tracks
7. Public spaces.
8. Beetroot dip.
9. Iced coffee.
Things I won't miss;
2. Being so far away from family and friendsTop Ten Meals;
1. Leeuwin - Duck and Marron.
2. Bunker bay - pork slow roasted deep fried with Asian salad.
... etc etc. Today we worked out we have been on nine plane journeys so far and eight trains -does that make us seasoned travellers? Let's just say we have learned a lot but still have a lot to learn. It certainly has at times put us both outside our comfort zones but that's character building. Hiring the car was the biggest challenge of all but we got it back in one piece which was a miracle in itself. It'll be Shanks Pony for the next few ...
... tiered wedding cake.
Moving further down Fleet Street we could see the massive dome of St. Paul’s Cathedral, yet another of Wren’s creations. This is where Princess Diana and Prince Charles were married and where Winston Churchill’s funeral took place. It’s also where Lord Nelson, the Duke of Wellington and Christopher Wren are buried. What most impressed me about this church is ...
... height and after a few minutes at the top she decided to head back down to the lobby.
It was another beautiful sunny day so we had amazing views of London in each direction. All of the sites were visible and we could even see Wembley Stadium in the distance in North London. Just above the observation deck there is an open-air viewing platform and the girls and I ventured up to take a look, it was great (may be different on a rainy day!).
We left the Shard and walked ...