The Hardwicke Arms Hotel
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... make him look much bigger.
After that we took a trip to Diagon Alley. In truth, this set was much smaller than I imagined it to be but it didn't make it any less impressive. The shops were exactly as you would picture them to be.
Finally we went into the art department and looked at the paper models for the sets that they had made up. We then went into the last room and had the biggest delight we have had on the trip. A scaled ...
... I don't just mean the recipients of our tourist dollar. Everywhere you went, in the street, in a shop, on a bus or in the popular town squares, people were smiling, chatting and laughing. Now, I'm not that naive to think that Costa Rica doesn't have any problems whatsoever, we witnessed poverty, homelessness, spoke to people earning only $20 (£13) a day and stayed with indigenous Indians who have no mains electricity or running hot water but the majority of people we came across ...
... London. They are exhausted and so Leigh points them to the right train and they head off. We then hit the shops which are opened till 8pm. No way you could get to them all in one trip and way too much to look at!! We had dinner at an Italian place. Delicious, and then trained home again. The weather was so "High Summer" there was still no need for jerseys. Will definitely be back to London for both "touristing"and ...
... heavy on my shoulders and the tiredness in my limbs, but the thought that Debby was right there, relentless behind me, helped spur me on. All the way along the Coombe and through the Hanging Coombe, slogging down Hog Hall Lane and into Dagnall, with a brief road walk on the A 4146, before setting our sight on the final climb up through woods, across three fairways of the Whipsnade Park Golf Course, and then around the outer enclosures of the very zoo ...
... for and visit by the Urology Consultant. Final diagnosis: 5 mm kidney stone. How one little stone could cause so much misery was beyond understanding (unless you've HAD kidney stones, evidently - then you KNOW!!). Since we were at the very beginning of our trip, the urologist strongly suggested that the stone be removed - and/or a stent inserted. He said it was not ...