Travelodge Chessington Tolworth
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It was decided that today would be movie day for the kiddies. Pawa was nominated to take the kiddies to see Rio 2 and whilst they were at the movies Megan and I could do some shopping at Kingston. We dropped the kiddies and Pawa off at the cinema where the kiddies were able to select their own collection of lollies (apparently this is ...
... square, Oxford street, etc it’s all here!
Day 4 was spent at the Tower Bridge. One word to sum it up - amazing !! The lift takes you to the top where you watch a movie about the design and how they built the bridge and why they needed the bridge to accommodate the ships coming through, and then you are able to walk across the walkways.
"Despite its medieval, fairy-talk appearance, this is a Victorian youngster. Constructed of steel, ...
... and fake bodies all around. Then we saw a 3D film with the Marvel super heroes
. So was well worth it.
After that we hopped on bus to St. Paul's, climbed up 365 stairs, that many no. made for no of days in year. The original plans for the cathedral were not accepted and the builder came ...
... two weeks after the fire for the ground to cool off enough to walk on.
We briefly dropped into Ye Olde Cheshire Cheese Tavern, the oldest tavern in London, which seemed the perfect place for beer, but not for breakfast - we’ll be back again later. Back out on the main drag of Fleet Street, we passed St. Brides church, another of Wren’s design. It's the multi-tiered steeple on this church that inspired ...
... the movers' arrival. Syd had her last day of school. Her tutor group presented her with a card at the school assembly. All her friends signed her school shirt and the Lally family threw an amazing party at their house with all Syd's school ...