Theobalds Park Hotel
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... my surroundings, but if I had to venture outside of the station on my own I'd get lost within a minute! We smiled and hugged as part of our reunion and had a nice chat whilst waiting to pay for the metro. She helped me get an all-day ticket for the metro and bus which only cost me around £7. This was, according to Marisa, the best way about travelling London. We hopped onto one of the ever-so-long metro tubes. It took us about 10-15 minutes on the tube to reach ...
... so many years to understand on a quick tour. After the gardens and palace we had a long walk ahead of us to Harrods so we rented bikes and rode through the park. Cyclists here go crazy fast but we did our best keeping to the side and out of the way. Can't be very leisurely around here but cycling through Hyde park will be a great memory. At Harrods quickly we realized this massive place was out of our league. But luckily there were huge markets in the middle that ...
... It was quite hard thinking back to our college days for details of our education ...when you reach our age that was a long time ago!
We are nearly ready for the off ...just a bit of packing ...we can hardly wait!
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... tail gets used. We were assured only the usual bits were used in our bacon!
2. The English Restaurant for Bread and Butter Pudding with custard sauce. (Dad...I thought of you) The restaurant itself is an adorable little spot who got its interior when the old church at the end Of the road got water damaged and redone. The pudding itself was amazing. And we both wanted to drink the sauce with a straw. This was my fave...a very difficult decision.
... these buildings are extremely breathtaking and are a must see. A tour of the Abbey allows me to hear about the thousand years of history embedded in the church. It was advised that Benedictine monks first came to this site in the middle of the tenth century, establishing a tradition of daily worship which continues to this day. Famous people like Charles Darwin and Sir Isaac Newton rest in this beautiful structure. As I continue through, I witness a Holy ...