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Simon and I picked up a new rental car on Mouesday in London to head off down to SE England for two weeks. The girls had a fun time with William and his wonderful nanny, "V" playing over at the park. William and Felicity had competitions swinging on the monkey bars. I won't mention who won! It was then off to Royal Tunbridge Wells for a few days to …
... Bill Travers and his wife, Pat, have three children, Jim, Peter, and Trisha. Bill is the son of my Auntie Bess, Dad's sister. Sadly, he passed away in 2010. Brothers Jim and Peter married two lovely and charming sisters, Julie and Liz. Jim and Peter were little boys when Bob and I last saw them during our 1971 visit. Peter and Liz were on their honeymoon on our 2005 trip (we actually stayed in their house on that trip), and we missed them again in 2011, ...
... Then I got thinking, I bet everything was scrubbed for the wedding and that would have taken a while.
Next stop was the Churchill War Rooms, I was looking forward to seeing these and I wasn't disappointed, they were so interesting. Some rooms were just how they were when the WWII finished, others they ...
... scenery throughout the island as well.
We didn't know exactly how to feel about the place in this regard as the wealth
of the resort areas is obviously manufactured and seems fake in contrast to the
standard of living of many of the locals. It's clear that many of the
people staying in the resorts fly in to the island, go to the resort, and then
don't leave until it's time to fly home. But, while we enjoyed the luxury of
the resort we were in and ...
... could pick it up. Because we were going to be in the area, well sort of, we decided that we would take it back and get the new one ourselves, which we did.
At Birmingham we found a car accessory shop and a large Outdoor shop, so we had to have a look and we didn't walk out empty handed from either store. I did find something exciting for show and tell for our Misadventures camping group, a folding kettle, similar to the fold ...