Travelodge Brentwood East Horndon
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... once sat in when he played Chelsea. The field was perfect. It really was breathtaking. We actually got to see some of their treatment tables and medical equipment in the locker room and that part really interested me. After the tour some of us went to Abbey Road, and some of us went back to the hotel. I wasn't that interested in going to Abbey Road so I came back to the hotel to nap. We had a group dinner at the pizza place before we all split up for the night. ...
... city between the workers and those they worked for. But it surely makes for an inordinate amount of "holy mother of Pearl" moments - and there was a few of these for real. The coat of arms of the City of Glasgow, as granted by the Lord Lyon in 1866. It incorporates a number of symbols and emblems associated with the life of Glasgow's patron saint, Kentigern (often known by his nickname, Mungo) which had been used ...
... day intending to see St Paul's Cathedral. We didn't get very far before we ran into roadblocks and people all dressed up. We had found ourselves at the start of the Lord Mayor's Show. We stayed for most of the parade, 170 or so groups/floats (whatever you call them). When it was finally over, we decided against trying to get to St Paul's, as the parade was still going between us and the Cathedral.
So we headed back to the apartment for lunch, ...
... Angus beef, individual petite cakes, large 4 tier celebration cakes, so so so much delicious, extravagant foods. It was amazing. We walked through Hyde Park and Royal Park. Perfect weather today. We walked for a couple of hours through the parks, visited Prince Albert memorial, then onto Kensington Palace. Knocked on the door but neither Kate, Wills or Harry was home :( Decided to return to Coventry ...
... Museum which had everything you could think of in there from the penny farthing to first steam engine, To rolls Royce motor that was put in planes to help win the Second World War and on to the bomb made by the Germans that helped to put man on the moon as well as all the medical equipment from the early days even voodoo magic well worth the effort. On our way back what did we run into another protest march there were at least 20,000 plus people protesting ...