Chequers Inn Hotel and Restaurant
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Today I didn't do much at all. I was on the twins school run this morning so I took them, and then I had to buy Maddie a new school skirt because the one she has hurts her. So I dropped off the twins, bought the skirt and went back home. I wanted to do some ironing, but the whites hadn't been washed from yesterday so there wasn't much ironing to be done so I've left that for tomorrow.
... and Iain’s – see photos of the squirrel raiding the bird feeder!
We went to Syon House, near Brentford in Middlesex, which belongs to the Percy family, the Dukes of Northumberland. It is close to Central London and it is still owned by the family. It’s a massive piece of land that must be worth Stg100s of millions. The interior was very impressive but we weren’t allowed to take any photos. There is ...
... year reign. Light showers periodically dampened the afternoon. Back to Tubes to lunch at Syvias. Party double decker bus with English soccer revelers reminder of tonight's World Cup game! Alex had a bacon cheeseburger, Terry had fish and chips, Linda baked haddoc. We then went to the British Museum to tour the Egyptian collection: mummies, Rosetta Stone, Ramses II, etc. unable to get into temporary Viking Exhibit. Alex visited the Greek and ...
... Seymour. Quite interesting if you have
watched the Tudors series.
The grounds are beautiful and we both got totally lost in the day and went without lunch, After the castle a
short walk through Windsor township across the Thames to Eton and Eton College a secondary school for boys £11, 000 per term. The princes went to school here. From here back to
London and dinner at the local pub in Glouster Road.
... that while everyone made it out safely, one man's trousers caught alight and he put them out with the beer he was drinking! The guided tour was great fun, but I would have liked to see backstage etc. Then there was the mandatory stop at the gift shop. Oh dear. I managed to reign myself in due to the lack of space in my luggage. We visited Southwark Cathedral and saw the statues and stained glass windows (although that was hard with no ...