The Columbia Hotel
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... get a feel for how it would have felt to work in them. They were very dark due to the blackout, and airless, and remember that back then they were allowed to smoke in there, and did!
The mansion has a good display about the making of the film, The Imitation Game, but I was disappointed to find that the exterior shots of Bletchley Park were actually shot elsewhere – I would have thought that the outside of ...
... graded and some dropped in edible bags with parachutes, while others evaded falcons and flew oily and wet from sunken ships. I was imagining a future home filled with pigeons and was slightly relieved when Nic said he wouldn't want one as a pet because they were 'too poopy'. At 5.30 we made our way back, past the huge Ovaltine factory and wheat fields, past the small country cottages and red brick villages, and into Victoria station and the hustle and bustle of ...
... Beachy Head. Great weather and amazing views in an iconic location. This was my first time to Beachy Head and although it is perhaps best known, for desperate, tragic people determined to 'take their own lives', one of the most memorable views we saw was a simple, but moving tribute to the 55,000 crew of Bomber Command who had 'their lives taken from them' during the Second World War.
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Day 2 of Bryan getting up early. He was up at 6.30 this morning and we were off by 8. It was a beautiful morning. Clear blue sky and slightly warm. The water was flat calm and the journey was very enjoyable. We moored just before the town proper so I could watch the tennis and Bryan could walk to Aldi to get few bits we wanted for today. It looked like a nice ...
... to the public mooring on the park so that we could explore the town, which was historic. A 70ft narrowboat called Olive moored just beyond us, and it turned out they are Christians working amongst Muslims in North Africa. Interesting discussion then, as James has recently been reading the Qur’an. We spotted Balmaha just before Brampton Mill, and stopped to "borrow” his photos of us at Earith. We shared Brampton Lock with ...