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- Free High-Speed Internet
- Continental Breakfast
- Free parking
- Pets allowed
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... activities in different areas. We didn't get to walk around the garden, lack of time and it rained most of the day, we did get a glimpse of the gardens through the windows.We were there till they were closing the front doors, a good day. After looking at the chocolate kitchen we felt like a nice warm hot chocolate and when we got to the railway station, there ...
... London Zoo. There is a superstition that says "that if all the ravens leave the Tower, it will crumble" so ravens are kept on site to this day. Now to make sure they don't bugger off their wings are clipped. We looked at the Bloody Tower and the torchure exhibition. All in all it is quite a brutal place, but we had a great day.
From there we made our way up to the Cambridge Theatre, by the Water Bus on ...
... made some progress.
Meanwhile over in my corner, I had arrived and was helping a volunteer, Jay, by labelling the bags and purses. Seconds later, Kevin placed a pile of books in front of me. These I had to price with this week's green coloured sticker. All books cost 99p and I went with Jay to display them downstairs.
When I returned up, so there was a lot of clutter in ...
... window. I decided I was nowhere near desperate enough to go. I can't stand windows in toilets, especially unstained ones. I'll do you a deal! If you can make me invisible from the time it takes to undo my bottoms to when they are back up and the toilet is flushed, then you can leave the toilet in the middle of a field- no cubicle. But until then, I wouldn't mind some privacy.
This brings us to the end of this first entry. Bring on next weeks entry. ...
... to dinner as a thank you for letting them stay.
We went home and at about 10.30pm my friend Nia arrived from Norfolk. Nia is my oldest friend as we have known each other since we were 10. I haven't seen her since April 2009 and it was great to catch up. We chatted for a while and then Nia and I settled down for bed on the futon downstairs. Tomorrow there will be more people staying over so we had to make the most of having a bed for the night!