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Greatly entertained with the ducks and geese, they eat out of our hands at our boat window. The geese are hilarious coming in to land, they flap and run on the water for about 50', takes them ages to settle at night, then during the night there's occasional argument that rise to a pitch, then they sort of croon. They wake quite early in the morn too. Little Venice is a basin, where the Grand Union Canal meets the Regents, but there is also like another arm which branches to Sheldon square, ...
... we knew it we were in Dubai for fuel stopover & London only 7 hours away .
Upon arrival at Heathrow we were through customs & immigration & had met our driver within an hour. Heathrow you have popped back into my favourites again.
Squeals of delight and big hugs as we met Heather & Rob at the hotel: Best Western Cromwell & before I knew it I was wrapping my ...
... we make our way to the jetty to catch a cruise. Whilst at the ticket window we notice a rather large group waiting to one side....yep...it's our tour group...grrrr...So we joined them.... We cruise down the Thames for 30 minutes, listening to the boat tour guide as he points out several points of interest, telling a few gory stories from history and the odd joke or two to lighten up the mood. Once docked ...
... silk curtains to use as wall paper, cut, sewed and hung them herself. It is now a grand home and easily passes as the home of an Earl. They had no children and left it to the National Trust. The interior and grounds are gorgeous but I have to say that I find the Georgian style of architecture to be too blocky and austere for my taste.
We drive to Pangbourne where Wind in the Willows was written but there's ...
... of course Toad of Toad Hall. We took the audio tour where portions of the book were read as you walked through the cutest diorama’s of the key parts of the book. I’ve never seen anything so charming. Upstairs is the serious portion of the museum. One side is dedicated to the Thames River, its history, archeology, and efforts to conserve it. The other side is dedicated to rowing. Britain has had several Olympic medals over ...
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