The White Horse Hotel
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...from Auntie Merlyn and Aunty Barbara. Lots of cuddles but I was very clingy to mummy...that's because I have a snotty nose and my teeth hurt. Also, I overslept and missed my milk so mummy gave me a snack instead...now only on 3 milks!! It's October and 21 degrees...too hot to put my halloween outfit ...
... of two of the 'Royal Roads’ of Britain, the Icknield Way and Ermine Street, which, according to the Welsh monk Geoffrey of Monmouth, were sacred highways built on the orders of the ancient British King Belinus."
There is however one particular feature more than any other which has come to define Royston as a special place. It is simply called the Royston Cave and this was the central objective of our visit to this old town. However, it was closed and ...
... and Big Ben. This is my favourite part of London – these building are amazing! We stopped across the bridge a few times to get some good photos of Big Ben.
We couldn't get into Parliament House at the time cos the Prime Minister was giving a speech and it was full so we decided to go back later. Instead, we went into Westminster Abbey.
There was quite a line up to go in but because we had the London Pass we didn’t have to wait in line. ...
... were in fits of laughter!! :D It gave Eli the opportunity to test if his new trousers were waterproof as advertised.
After we had eaten we spent the next hour or so wandering around the streets, looking into shops here and there. There was some really cool old buildings. One of the most impressive ones was the Public Courts of Justice building. It was massive old greyish building. Kyria said it is referred to as the 'old bailey' in the Botany Bay song.
We were ...
Ain't it a glorious day? Right as a mornin' in May I feel like I could fly 'Ave you ever seen the grass so green? Or a bluer sky? Oh, it's a jolly 'oliday with Mary Mary makes your 'eart so light! When the day is gray and ordinary Mary makes the sun shine bright! Oh, 'appiness is bloomin' all around 'er The daffodils are smilin' at the dove When Mary 'olds your 'and you feel so grand Your 'eart starts beatin' like a big brass band It's a jolly 'oliday with Mary ...