South Lodge Hotel
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... now that Adrian was gone?). On Tuesday I was scheduled to go to the House of the Lords and have tea with a man named Lord Hunt. To be honest I really didn't know who he was or what the place was that I was going to. It turns out I was going to the Houses of Parliament and when I found that out, I got a bit nervous and excited. When I arrived I had to go through security and then I waited for Lord Hunt to come down and get me. It seemed like a privilege to be here and ...
... and I had the burger.
After that, it was time to head to the Ice Bar in London. It wasn't that far from where we had ended up for dinner so we decided to walk over. You have to purchase tickets to enter and it was already sold out when we got there but we came prepared with pre-paid tickets. The way it works is you wait for a time your time slot and then they throw a thick cloak on you, ...
... 1 Aug. A bit cloudy and drizzle, had cooked breakfast, received a text from Cousin Carol informing us that Joyce (their son Paul’s wife in the USA) has had a couple of “mini strokes” we hope she recovers soon. We drove first to Morrison’s in Morley to buy flowers, then on to East Ardsley church where Lorraine put flowers on both graves. It looked to us that neither grave has been cared for and certainly no flowers for quite some time.We then did a bit of ...
... very high end store with great appeal..Mr Selfridge really did have the right idea! We had our big meal of the day at the Spaghetti House near Oxford Circus..very good! We still have huge problems getting good consistent wifi connections for our phones at the hotel..forced to go to the hotel lobby to connect, rather than our room. This is very frustrating for the girls who are used to texting freely any minute ...
... and a half hour wait to get in).
It was the least favourite of all three museums, although it started well with an ascent by escalator into the centre of a fiery earth. This lead to displays about the formation of the earth and all you ever wanted to know about volcanos and earthquakes.
I decided to follow the crowds to the most popular exhibit, which was about dinosaurs, and skip two floors of boring stuff about rocks ...