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... home in extensive gardens and this allowed us to have a good walk to ease out the creases and crinkles of the long drive on the M25. The gardens are well maintained and the surrounding countryside is well wooded. To add to the interest there were a number of wooden carvings along the route including a couple of owls.
After our afternoon of food and walks we headed off to the hotel for the ...
... plus another shoe store stocking Rieker shoes.
Looks like TS styles for the coming spring/summer are those we've just had in NZ as saw many that I recognised, although lots of others that were new.
A mostly successful trip. Topped up on some basics at TS; Hotters didn't have shoe in colour I wanted so will need to order that online; and no new seasons Rieker shoes but did pick-up a couple of pairs in their sale. Even at full ...
... barely moving, watching time slowly ticking by, whilst customs officers at the European Passports hates sat around an talked to each other. It was incredibly irritating and a pathetic welcome to the country. We started talking to the New Zealand girl in front of us. Eventually when we made it through, annoyed, delayed and just generally tired, we stocked up on dinner for the evening, a WH Smith sandwich. We then bought a bus ticket and made out way to the bus, where there was ...
... s. The plan was to go back to Camden and buy lunch, tea for tomorrow and snacks to have on the train. We got back to the apartment around 2:30 and heated up our lunch which was basically afternoon tea. We saw a bunch of longboats and dad went to a hardware store to buy a nightlight,
There were some quite spectacular private homes along the canal. The canal also took us very near Lords Cricket ground
... and is still lived in by royalty today. While very expensive to go visit, the palace was amazing and the gardens were beautiful. We had a guided tour from one of the volunteers who explained everything from the gold leaf paint on the ceiling to the huge tapestries. In the biggest personal library we've ever seen and we managed to find early edition Dickens books. We spent so much time in Blenheim Palace that we didn't ...