Stoke Park Country Club, Spa and Hotel
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So the Lemmens family welcomed in 2015 by standing on Vauxhall Bridge, London attempting to watch Boris's fireworks. Typically, we would have had a much better view had we stayed in at my dad's house in Westminster and watched from the window! As it was, we huddled on the ...
... performances in the afternoon. Well off to the next stop, Kensington Palace. To get there we have to walk through Hyde Park, which is like London's version of Central Park. There were dogs everywhere! What made it funny, was there were signs everywhere stating that dogs are to be on a lead at all times. We get into Kensington Palace, and it had different displays about the history of the royal family, but mainly on Queen Victoria. Some of the rooms were floor ...
... that they have never seen before, and sales people demonstrating magic tricks, flying things of every type and computer generated games galore. It is a child's dream toy department. After quite a long while in said department, I decided to look further afield and did my own checking. Harrods is a store not to be missed. The Christmas department is filled with beautiful decorations of every style, size and price! On leaving Harrods, much later, we ...
... took place almost 2000 years ago!
Ok, so I totally lucked out because Lawrence Owens, a bio archeologist, took me on a search for Londinium. We crawled through church basements, underground parking garages, an art museum and even a barber shop in search of the old city. Owens says that roman remains "are not so much roman art, but roman life."
After reading this, think about what might be under your feet in the places you go everyday!
... space. Had had about enough by then so had a cup of coffe and headed home for the final time. Had an hour rest when we got back about 5.15pm and headed down to The Goldsmith's Arms for our final meal. Lovely pub with a friendly staff and warm atmosphere. Home by 9pm to pack in readiness for our 6.30am departure on Friday ...