Glenlyn Guest House
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... style="line-height: 25.5599994659424px;">Nope. He wasn't.
But hey, at least I can tick 'do a cartwheel across Abbey Road Crossing' off my list of things to do.
I then decided to go to circus training, but given how unplanned and early I was today it wasn't even open for training yet.
So I went to Hyde Park, hired a ...
... keeps its calm reverent pace even in the hustle and bustle of tourism. Then lunch on the way to Kensington Palace. Fish and chips are are a new favorite of mine. It didn't matter that it was burning hot and fresh out of the fryer, I inhaled it! Kensington was nice, not as over the top as I expected. Queen Victoria's quarters were beautiful. She was TINY, smaller than my sister Katie. I'd guess by the clothes on display she was barely 5' tall. Her husband called her his little ...
... but we managed to get a good impression in the 2 hours that we had there. It was then a long journey back into London (2 hours!) and I managed a quick snooze to pass the time. We got dropped off at South Kensington to make our way back to our hotel via the Underground Tube but luckily South Kensington is a place with a lot of lovely eateries so we ended up having a late dinner at a Thai restaurant.
We got back to our hotel at 21:30 and were knackered! ...
... there is also food. Jessica is the niece of Julian Fellows who writes Downton Abbey. She has written two books on the making of Downton Abbey and a third is coming out this fall. Before she began her stories we got our tea and food: scones with clotted cream and strawberry jam, finger sandwiches with salmon, coronation chicken and creamed cheese and cucumber, and various small sweets. They were served on ...
... I think if they can grow in London surely I can do better in the Wairarapa! Maddie had them for breakfast and says they are terrific. There are two pubs thin in 100m and a charming Square garden complete with squirrels, much to Maddie's delight. Yes she wants one. We popped out at 8pm to the Morgan Arms which is the local gastro pub (63m from our front door) and they squeezed us in despite being really full. Had a lovely meal ...