The Red Lion Hotel
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... great way to place a full stop at the end of Kenny Lyons Solo World Tour 2014.
Thank you to all the people who played a part and helped to make my dream come true.You know who you are, the people who provided me with a bed, food & drink, transportation, showed me round and gave love, hugs and frendship. There are so many of you and I'm oh so greatful.
... Australia and how it might be very rude not to drop by the land of Oz for a cuppa and a chat with my Aussie Kin. A couple of years ago, my Mum's younger sister, Auntie Margaret, had discovered Skype and more recently Facebook, so I contacted her to say I was thinking of dropping by in September and would it be OK to stop by and say hello. Needless to say, she said it would be great to see me so things ...
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... did not regret! Oh My God, they were quite possibly the best bloody burgers ever ever experienced....ever! The chips weren't too shabby either. After gorging our faces, we snapped out of our burger coma and endeavoured to walk off our feast. We stumbled upon Covent Gardens Market. Cool place! Bonnie was in fashion and One Direction heaven with the massive variety of tshirts and music fashion and paraphernalia. There were some great market stalls and quirky ...
... at Yo Sushi - a chain Sushi restaurant featuring a conveyor belt of Japanese food, an all you can drink bubble-water tap and complex system of colored plates denoting price. In the afternoon we visited St. Paul's Cathedral (briefly) and then did the Tate Modern Art Gallery. It was all a lot to take in, and when it came time to jump on the train to go back to Durham I was ready for a nap.
Father and I say a brief aurevoir, as we would meet again on Monday - this time in Durham!