The Bridge at Pierrepont
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... on our cash cards and they were declined....well frickin bloody hell we were at panic station again..a frantic call to cash passport people here in London where they informed us they were suspended and he couldn't explain why, relax girl I told myself be nice to the English gentlemen and bingo our cards were reactived oh happy days are coming now we hope. We were off and running early ( obviously) this morning and we have walked 500 miles and we will walk 500 more so much so ...
... members of the Jewish community that lived in the area during the medieval period. Archeologists removed the mikveh stone by stone and reassembled it in the Jewish Museum. Camden Town is full of shops and restaurants, and we found a terrific tapas restaurant serving two for one tapas on Mondays. We had a selection of prawns, shrimp, chicken, lamb chops, octopus and salads. The kids liked it so much they ordered the shrimp ...
From the reading material available, Churchill was a bit of a larrikin. He loved cigars and alcohol, any kind of alcohol apparently. Old movie snippets at the Museum of Churchill having dinner show him at all times with a glass of something in his hand and him looking very happy.
Churchill was also known as having an extraordinary quick wit. In fact the tour guide on yesterday's central London trip, during some commentary told the story of Churchill ...
... 900 years old, the grounds and of course the shop with British memorabilia. The Queen was in residence, as depicted by the flag flying high. St George's chapel was awesome - many kings and queens buried here, including Henry VIII. His armour was on display and the chest case was enormous - not so much from the front but from the side. He was a big man and no doubt in today's terms would have been considered obese. Funny to think that he had all that ...
... within Victoria station. How sweet is that? It meant that literally it would take me 20 minutes to get to the hotel school each day. Uhmazing.
Anyway... upon arriving I learnt that I was way out of my depth, they were all uber professionals like senior managers and general managers etc... I was struggling to even say what I did for a job.
But the people were friendly and the food was good. After it ...