Travelodge Hatfield Central
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... enjoyed a hot Christmas Day lunch, a little different to the cold lunches that are more common in Australia. There was so much food and we all had a great time. Bekka loaded up her plate and, as everyone predicted, failed to finish. Too full for dessert, we packed up before playing some Just Dance on the wii. The afternoon to evening was spent relaxing; family time and lots of fun. Eventually we had some desserts, although not nearly as many as were expected. Bekka's ...
... Queen Victoria. Very cool stuff. And the AC wasn't bad either.
After I got back to the pub it was time to head out to the Arch to start the trip home. We took the Tube back to Hyde Park and then walked to the Arch.
Now we were on to the tale end of the plan: Sort ourselves back into our original bus groups, walk the students back down Park Lane, board the buses, and head home! I stood with my little sign and waited, and two of ...
... mentioned that communion would would be starting I about 45 minutes. We had too much to do today to get caught up in that, so it was time to keep it moving.
There are mosaics all over the walls of the church. Some of the most beautiful are above the Quire, pronounced "choir." The Quire is where ...
... 11am. The cafe is part of the stables next to the Old Palace (which was part of the real building that Elizabeth 1 lived in as a child, the new house was built about 100 years later)
I needed a cuppa to warm me up because it was a chilly 12o out of the sun. Feeling better I walked towards the big house and was really impressed at the scale of everything and how much work it must be to keep it and the gardens surrounding it looking ...
... covered public space in the world covered with a glass roof. We admired the exhibits and the light through the court, resting, before moving on to the next destination. We later reached Tate museum, on the other side of Thames. It was a powerhouse converted into a museum, which had permanent and temporary exhibition of various artist works. It stood right in front of the newly build Millennium bridge - one more of Fosters Design. This bridge is less massive and seems ...