London Outpost of Bovey Castle
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Where were we? Yesterday, having just cruised in Jason the boat, from Little Venice up to Camden Lock market. We walked up to one of the canal bridges with a great view over the lock - it was really interesting watching the boats be raised and lowered to continue on their journey. Not the quickest way to get around town, though I surprised to find the canals really only stopped being used for freight as late as the 1950s.
In the market, at first, I ...
... London to visit Justin, Nicky and.......PHOEBE!!! After a frustrating drive fighting traffic we eventually arrived and were certainly not disappointed. Phoebe is the most beautiful Granddaughter I have ever seen. Perfect in every way. What a treat for the two of us.
Justin and Nicky had kindly offered to put us up in their small but pretty flat and we settled in to catch up and enjoy Phoebe's company followed by a braai in the ...
... They can accommodate about a dozen people maximum. The rooms have been beautifully restored and furnished up to a high standard by the 3 brothers . The food was excellent and dinner lasted about 3 hours. Our first morning after breakfast we went for a walk around the grounds. During WW 2 the Chateau grounds had been used by three German army to construct a V 1 rocket launch site and much of the installation is still there tucked away in the trees. ...
... wrapping with a great ribbon – all exceedingly fresh, flown in overnight from Holland. No middleman, so the price for the consumer is good. We are proud of them and they are so excited! We met Whitney and the three of us visited their warehouse. Usually there would be no flowers there at that time of the day, but they were doing their first show.
... did not and were not too happy. We
ended up with around 1.5hours at each place (half an hour more at each would
have been perfect). It was a three hour trip back to London from the last stop
which gave us a chance to rest. In the evening we went down to Downing street
on the way back to our hotel, but it is so well protected by gates and about
fifty (ok, more like 6) policemen with big guards you can’t actually see number
10. We took a photo of the ...