The Lodge Welwyn
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... boat! The whole boat is also centrally heated, so it was really cozy even with low overnight temperatures. It was a cold, sunny winter's afternoon, so we all set off for Longleat - home of the eccentric 7th Marquess of Bath, who is an 83 year old hippie, and has a wife and over 70 'wifelets' some of whom live on various parts of the estate too. Longleat is also a Safari Park. These grand houses have to make some money to stay in reasonable condition! At Christmas, they have ...
... on our way. After meeting our guides at Greenwich
station we were taken through the sights.
The main attraction is the Cutty Sark which is an old Tea
Clipper that has been preserved and is open for inspection by the public. Since
entrance is very expensive we decided to limit ourselves to the outside view
and moved on to a nearby museum that outlined the history of Greenwich. The
museum was ...
... is just a ****** normal concrete bridge hahahahahahaha!!! It was so funny... Hopefully we weren't the only ones to find that out haha. Anyway the Tower Bridge was great to see, and across the Thames was Tower of London. There was one of the biggest q's we've ever seen, so we didn't even bother going over there lol. We'll do that some other time I think. This was the last place we wanted to see, so we headed back to the house. Got ready for ...
... for about 20 minutes or so towards the Hounslow West underground station. We purchased day fares for the London Underground to give us the freedom to explore as much as we like. Our first destination was the Tower of London to see the poppy display which was absolutely magnificent, it will be a truly amazing sight when it is all completed. Covent Garden was our place of choice for lunch ...
... me. These family stories are told to you, but when they start falling into place, it is exciting and interesting.
Russ went for a shower and there was a knock on the door, no one knocks on the door. I opened it to find Lorraine there with a home cooked loaf of bread for us, isn't that nice. Russ came back to find I had visitor luckily he was fully clothed.
Tomorrow we are off to Leobay.
Love from Sue and ...
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