Brook Kingston Lodge Hotel
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Quite a nice autumn day again, and slow morning which saw us back at the railway station for our train back to June and Laurence. Pleased to have first class tix, very quiet and like all trains on this trip on time. Quick connecting trip on the underground to arrive at Junes late afternoon. Nice to walk in to the smells of beef roasting and we sat down to a traditional roast beef with Yorkshire ours, heaps of vegies followed by orange bread and butter pudding. Sorry no photos ...
Best bed and room. Dosed up on cold and flu nighttime slept until after 9.30! (I think the red wine must have helped!) Taxi about 11 after thanking Sabrina so much for the room upgrade and the lovely Merlot! Passed Buckingham palace on our way to Waterloo station - saw the changing of the guards while sitting in the taxi going nowhere fast! 1230 train to John and Sue who will pick us up at Havant, which is easier ...
... says-it’s snowing… Sure enough there is white everywhere which is weird. We go outside and it is National Pillow fight Day. There is a pillow fight going on in front of the National Gallery with 1000’s of people and feathers flying everywhere. Very surreal and very crowded.
After pushing through we took refuge in the next church over- St. Martin’s and did some good old Brass rubbing for our weekly art class. Accompanied that ...
... experience it, you will understand why it has become such a popular tradition and meal for the British. It has captivated me, a Canadian with British ancestry for years and for further years to come. I can safely say that it is indeed my favorite thing to do whilst in the UK without a doubt; especially with such wonderful friends.
Other wonderful venues to experience High tea to consider are the Ritz, the Savoy, Laduree in Harrods, and Gloucester House. ...
... bridge. This has a span of over 200M and is about 75M above the Avon River. It was built by Isambard Kingdom Brunel and opened in 1864 - overall an impressive sight. Then it was on for a tour of the residential architecture which makes Clifton so unique. The Royal York Terrace, completed in 1820, and reputedly the longest in Europe, gave fine views over Clifton and Bristol. It was good to catch up with Mike again and all in all ...