Travelodge Watford Central
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... arm- see funny fist bump photos. Then we moved on to Ancient Greece, Romans, Sumerians, etc.....lots of ancient civilizations. I even got a great picture of a vase depicting Athena's birth from Zeus's head. Amusing to me.
Nate especially enjoyed the German Mechanical Galleon from the 1500's. It's a clock in the form of a ship that moves across the table, fires cannons, and has a little band playing to announce the time! ...
... Regularly the gardens were opened on Saturday and Sunday, and an afternoon of amusement and dancing would be tainted by serving tea.
In 1864 the lady manager of the Aerated Bread Company initiated the custom of serving food and beverage to her consumers. Her finest customers were favoured with tea. After that everyone was requesting for the same treatment.
Tea and Pottery
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... and a real atmosphere with its narrower streets. They showed us The Lanes of Brighton which are a series of very narrow lane-ways filled with many jewellery shops and cafés, chocolatiers and the like. It was really very quaint and charming. We stopped for a drink in the main square and talked for ages. We the. Continued up to Hove taking the foreshore road and looked around the lovely Regency buildings that line the foreshore. We headed up to the Main Street there and ...
After the wonderful shopping trip we had a last supper consisting of my mother's infamous cooking (for those that have been fortunate enough to taste Mrs Gulamhusseins cooking are kidding profusely at this!), which consisted of chicken meat ball curry and rice!
Then it was time to head off to the infamous airport that is Heathrow (after obviously the last minute buying of travel insurance which had slipped my mind! Oopppps ...
... is huge, and unfortunately we missed the tour. The audio guide was excellent, so we were well informed. There are so many famous, important and influential people buried there - Mary Queen of Scots, Elizabeth I, Charles Dickens, Lord Byron, Isaac Newton, Robert Browning, Edward the Confessor and many others. We tubed back to the flat, had a quick lunch then headed for our final tourist destination, the Tower of London. After some initial confusion and unnecessary walking to pick ...