The Fox Country Inn
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Well today was a self indulgent one....one where all cricket tragics long to go and experience the home of cricket, Lord's! On again, we hop onto the metro and navigate our way to St. John's Wood then make the short walk to the ground. There is only one tour on today as there is a county cricket match in progress, Middlesex v Northamptonshire. We are met by our guide, Michael, and he was thoroughly entertaining. He took us around the ground, through the museum, into the media centre, ...
... and someone brings it out from the back - weird!! Anyway - on to Brixton village which was utterly delightful - great independent shops and cafés. Brixton is very West Indian there are lots of Caribbean foods, strange and unusual fruit and veg. Wacky clothes shops selling men's 'pimp' suits, two-tone shoes and natty hats. Crossing over we found the hair weaving salons and voodoo candle shops. More market stalls on Electric Avenue - yes - the one from the song plus a ...
... Sunday Chris and I drove over to Bathampton for Sunday lunch to visit Mum. She is very well but has no memory so conversation is fun!
Monday was Chris birthday so we decided to head into London late afternoon. Unfortunately the weather turned nasty so we didn't wander as much as we would have liked. Chris had chosen a Belgian Restaurant for dinner which was great.
I now have a hire car and will head off early in the ...
... in Hyde Park -Dinner at the Black Lion and Christmas at Kew Gardens; a trail of lights. -Lunch with Bublitz at Covent Garden in Jamie's diner and wandered around looking at London Christmas lego, snow globe, visited a old hat store and wine shop Berry and Brother been there since 18th century and National Portrait Gallery. -Had lunch with Stewart and Linda in Croydon on Sunday -Visited 'Cheapside Hoard Jewellery' exhibition at the Museum of London -Managed to ...
... pj's? Maybe? After 4levels of M n M goodness I continue back to Harrods to buy my Charlie his gifts. Nearly every time I spoke to him on Skype he was asking about these things. I couldn't not bring em home right? Harrod's of London, the place where the Arab world come and park their maseratis, Lamborghinis out the back n spend millions!!! I just wanted some toys! I venture up to "TOY KINGDOM" as Harrods describe it. I find them, where I stashed em n the lines ...