The Red Lion
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... though! Good job I'm not one to moan.
Then finish packing, check out, leave the cases and head off in the shuttle bus to the centre of town. We so enjoyed the red route yesterday that we were eager to get on with the blue route. The whole idea of course is that you hop off when you get to an interesting stop & then hop back on again and continue. The blue route around Kowloon was so interesting we didn't do any hopping at all, neither on nor off. ...
... and I can honestly say I am very ready for some holidays.
On the Friday, we also had the privilege of being staff on the year 2 excursion to London. Yes, London!! They were learning about the Monument dedicated to the Great Fire of London, which we got to climb and see some impressive views of London! We then went and had lunch by the Tower of London, before returning to Peterborough.
But my day did not stop there!! ...
And the one that made me giggle was a silhouette of a speed bump with simply, ‘Humps’.
I think I have done very well controlling my urge to photograph and describe the ubiquitous flocks of sheep. I am so delighted by what must be as common as rain to locals.
Today we went to a village called Lacock. it was a really old village and all of the houses had really small doors. They film lots of movies there, like the Harry Potter movies. the town was an interesting town and it looked like it was made for dwarf people because of how small the doors were. after we went there, we went to another town and i fell asleep ...
... a market and developed a thriving wool industry during the middle ages. Most of the surviving houses are 18th-century or earlier in construction. There is a 14th-century tithe barn, a medieval church, and an inn dating from the 15th century.
We went to the abbey in which the cloisters were used in Harry Potter for hallways in Hogwarts. We also went to the house that was used for Harry's mother, and the house that was used for Slughorn's house.