Travelodge Stansted Great Dunmow
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... are the crowds. The sounds now are of distant traffic and jets circling overhead. The scents are of wild flowers and sun tan lotion. The park is slowly becoming filled again as locals and tourists alike are starting to return to enjoy the open spaces once more.
The Queen Elizabeth II Olympic Park, in London, United Kingdom, is a sporting complex built for the 2012 Olympics situated to the east of London. It contains the ...
... It was good to see Jack but he is so tired after the 8 hour bus trip down and they hadn't had time to stop for lunch so the poor kids, and adults were stuffed. Shame. After the Eye, the kids went home and were going to grab some tea at the local pub, hopefully something decent. We jumped the tube like experts and came back to check in at the hotel, it's nice and right next door to a big Westfield, even has an apple store! Exhausting day, we will sleep very well ...
... around the area in the vicinity of my hotel. I have a total of three days in this area to see if this location can be an area that I can make my own.
Secondly, because I have six days in San Jose, I want to use some of this time to explore the city itself, and the surrounding coasts and islands.
Just to the north of Mabini street, where i am staying is Rizal Park. The park is a tribute to the national hero ...
... era, was much, much lower than that of today, so the cathedral was sitting in a hole. More stairs. Even having been rebuilt, it was beautiful. Not like the really big names of Westminster Abbey, St. Paul's, Winchester, etc., but still beautiful. And it was lovely to find the spot where I used to stand on the risers at the crossing right in front of the pulpit to sing those brilliant big choral pieces. All of the students at Trinity had to either be in ...
... to attend, so now I had found it. This morning I will go to their service and then ask permission to view and photograph the books, at least the A-B section which is what Sheila wrote (a mind-boggling task, especially with small children running around, needing care and attention).
Back to yesterday. Being on the Strand, I was certain that I could find a bus which would take me up to Piccadilly Circus where I needed to stop at a few shops. So I walked ...