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The day after we got home it started to sink in what we had done.
11 States, 1 District.
2,200 Driving Miles
9 hotels, 1 Family Home
40 Restaurants, Bars & Cafés
And 3 Westfield's Shopping Malls
We had a great time over there in the USA. We certainly experienced a lot of America in our three weeks.
The family were great to us while we were there and we will never ...
... to have a good choice of food again) we headed home. WED 16th JULY A pretty slow start to the day with no intention of paying 14 pound for breakfast at the hotel we already done that in Paris.Just down the road at the local cafe run by an Irishman with waitress worth her wait in gold we had had a huge breakfast of bacon ,eggs and all the extras as well as 2 cappuccinos and one tea for the mega price of 14 pounds,what a bargain.Spent a bit of time trying to put in a claim for ...
... walls of a tower at the top of the castle. Kissing it is not an easy task. In the past, people were hung by their heels over the edge of the wall to kiss it. This all changed when one day someone broke free from the grasp of his friends and you can guess what happened from there! Today, you must lay down on the ground and lean backwards, holding on to wrought-iron guide rails while an assistant holds your waist. Then you lower yourself ...
... straight to St Pancras station and caught a train up to the East Midlands, and connected to a coach to Bradford, Yorkshire. As we drove north, the street signs started to show one direction, and that was “The North”, as if all of Yorkshire, Lancashire and Cumbria was one homogenous, amorphous mass of countryside. Although the train was on time, and the bus left on schedule, there was a great deal of traffic and road improvement works on ...
... and antique book and sweet shops in the West End of London. More red bus, and a boat cruise down the Thames after dark. Once we returned to Kew we visited the Botanical Gardens to view the night lights. Jack missed this because he did not feel well. And though we were all tired, the mulled wine was warming, and the lights magical. 13th Dec Big tourist mistake of the day: did not swipe Oyster card as we changed trains at Clapham Common to go ...