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Travel Blogs from Gerrards Cross
With the strong tail winds, we were back in the UK an hour early and with bags reclaimed it was out to the Bus Station to catch the A40 Bus back to GX. We were in plenty of time to catch the 12.40 bus, but it did not turn up...The story of our connection problems continues it seems.
After another 30 mins the A30 bus turned up. We asked the driver ...
... more logical route east to Birmingham but when we arrived at Crewe we discovered that the train that should have got us to London about three hours after closing the front door was one that we couldn’t use on our tickets and we had a wait of about half an hour, which was not too much of a disaster because it meant we could get something to eat. The train we could use, however stopped at almost every station between Crewe and Rugby which meant that it took ...
... Close to the end of the market, I made my "find". Two original,paintings - one of Tower Bridge and one of the Eiffel Tower. They were oil on canvas, primarily black and white save for a splash of crimson. I got 2 and Karen got 2 with the phone booths. Feeling rather pleased with our purchases we headed back through the throng to the Tube. I had had enough people or one day! We gave the British Museum one more shot but Room 46 was still not ...
... in the most inconspicuous way possible.
I am a self-confessed master at doing this! To the point where I feel sad and annoyed when I can't do it!!
After that I took my hoop down to the park near my place and did something of excersise-ical value.
Then I slept...well I will now :)
... Cathedral, the burial place of Shakespeare's brother. To juxtapose with all the old was The S************'s newest skyscraper, and currently the tallest building in Western Europe, resembling a broken piece of glass against the sky. Just brilliant!
From here we walked in the afternoon sunshine along the south bank of the Thames, past galleries and theatres, both old and new including The Globe, where once again I squealed in excitement. Being a teacher of Shakespeare, ...
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- Free High-Speed Internet
- Room service
- Business Services
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Free parking