Travelodge London Chigwell
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... looked more real than others, but they were very well done. Only problem was there were so many people!!! So we didn't linger, we moved through fairly quickly, got a few photos and jumped back on the bus. This time we made our way to the Tower of London to view all the ceramic poppies, laid for remembrance day! It just looked amazing! Once again there were so many people so we didn't linger for too long. We then made ...
... in the grounds of Chelsea Royal Hospital, temporary home of Chelsea Flower Show and permanent home to a number of pensioners. And now it's time to get back in the saddle. Up ahead Battersea Bridge and Power Station followed by the very pretty Albert Bridge with its bold signs warning soldiers to fall out of step when crossing - the suspension bridge rattles as traffic crosses over! We also pass the Tate Britain gallery before docking our bikes at Westminster ...
... few pics of the Eric Morecambe statue. That evening, we for an early Indian dinner at “Michael’s” and what a fantastic meal it was,easily the best Indian meal we have had for a long time excluding chez Patels of course. We then drove down to Blackpool for a surprise show.Barry and Doreen had bought us all tickets to The Opera House for Mama Mia and what an excellent show it was. We really enjoyed it, the cast really worked hard and sang very well with great support ...
... high tea, Alex had a muffin and 2 cokes, Terry had carrot cake and coffee, Linda had scone and tea. We arrived back at hotel at 6:30. For dinner we had Italian. Alex had spaghetti and meatballs, Terry had spaghetti carbonara, Linda had pepperoni pizza. Terry tracked our steps, and figured we walked about 1671 steps. Terry's ankle pretty swollen. Watched soccer Netherlands beat Spain in World ...
... Science Museum and tells me it was very good. Lots of interactive areas for kids and big area on flight, space, materials and technology. Not as good as the Technology museum in Munich though.
We added to our global gourmet eating range each night - Brazilian BBQ and
Malaysian. I am pleasantly surprised at the diversity and the quality of
the food. I was expecting more traditional food but will wait till we ...