Theobalds Park Hotel
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Our first full day in London and we are greeted by a beautiful morning; mild and sunny and expected to be 25 degrees celsius. The number one item on our agenda today is a trip to the Lords Cricket Ground for a tour of the generally a accepted home of cricket. This was a part of our trip that Noel was particularly looking forward to as he a traditional kind of person, if you have not already concluded that. We organise a cab to the ground and confirm our bookings and ...
... up waiting for about half-an-hour for them to start serving lunch. Sam and I had Fish and Chips (ubiquitous and clichéd I know but how can one not?) We camped out at this restaurant for a good hour and a half waiting for Jesi to come meet us.
After lunch and having waited we were getting a little impatient so we headed over to the nearest chemist, Boots, to get Cara something for nausea.
We ran into Jesi looking at one of the local posted tourist maps on our ...
... 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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... Greek for 'circle,' so a circus is originally essentially a roundabout. As you can see in the photo, Eros, who stands in the middle of the Circus, is now, for Christmas, in a snow globe. If one looks closely, swirling snow is visible, but unfortunately I could not capture that in the photograph. From Piccadilly Circus we walked up Regent Street. The street was completed in 1825 and was an early example of town planning in England, cutting across the 17th ...
... it was 45 minutes to the next one, so we had a cuppa on the “Gagarin Terrace” which is an absolute haven of peace and tranquility compared to the rest of London. It was hugely relaxing sipping on an Earl Gray listening to the birds! I was thinking of going to the Planetarium show but found out it was an extra £6.50 (A$11.20) and around this time GG also realized that it was late in the day and our “off peak” rail ticket may soon stop working, so ...