Thistle St Albans, The Noke
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- Drycleaning onsite
- Indoor pool
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Banquet room
- Breakfast Available
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... to Greenwich. It has a a museum for the Cutty Sark which was built to travel to the east to bring home tea. The original Cutty Sark is on display there. We then visited the Old Royal Naval College. This twin domed riverside masterpiece was designed by Sir Christopher Wren and stands on the site of Greenwich Palace, Henry V111's favourite Royal residence. Still can't work out who gave permission for a Palace to be destroyed. They are still using part of the site for ...
In a strange turn of events, I was going to Phantom of the Opera with Carmie on the same night that Katie was taking her cousin to Book of Mormon- so we decided to double date.
We started off the night at Bar Salsa for some cheap food and cocktails (yes always with the cheap..) then we headed off to our respective shows. This was the third time I had seen the Phantom of the Opera (once in Brisbane and once in Auckland) but it was still amazing! The ...
... Monet, Van Gogh just to name a few. We strolled along Whitehall to Parliament street seeing the queens guard and Downing Street on the way to gaze in awe at Big Ben and Westminster Abbey before having a lovely English lunch of roast beef, Yorkshire pudding (Antonio) Guinness pie and mushy peas (myself) while the girls stuck to chicken ...
... Tower Bridge before we pulled into the pier.
The beach below the tower was full of people fossicing for treasures such as old coins or pottery shards. Apparently you need a permit to fossic. There was a long queue of people waiting for their turn, and to rent some Wellington boots, as we were going down to the ferry.
We stopped for lunch at the shops by the tower. There were two fish and ...
I don't think I can do this justice to be honest, so I will just say that Dad's funeral and the gatherings afterwards in the church hall and then at our house were inspiring and heartwarming. The church was full, the tributes were amazing, the music beautiful and very fitting and the Christmas tree had deliberately been left up for Epiphany. The rain held off until after the burial - in fact the sun ...