The Ventures Hotel
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- Continental Breakfast
- Non-smoking rooms
- Concierge desk
- High-speed internet in room
- High-speed internet in room (surcharge)
- Multilingual staff
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... clock tower, which is still in working order. Greg remembered people coming to the door when they lived at Home Farm House asking for donations to repair the tower. Greg thinks John donated a pound – a lot of money then. So well done John the tower is still there and in good condition. We headed to the station and waited for our bus. Things went smoothly from there and so here I am now nearly six and a glass of white after an interesting ...
... we almost gave Ray a hilarious birthday heart-attack judging by the look on his face! The pub lunch with several of his old friends & close family afterwards was wonderful.
But we still had to hide our online presence, for the surprises weren't over yet. Sarah's family didn't know we were back and, a few days later, we took the train up to the Midlands (only six quid, less than an Argentinean bus journey!) for part two. Sarah's ...
... have to pay a few pounds.
So back out and we managed to find the river walk along the Thames after a few false starts. Past Hay's Galleria and the cool City Hall along the Thames to Tower Bridge. By now the sun is shining nice and bright and strong. Over the Tower Bridge to the Tower of London for our first peek at the amazing Poppy installation they are doing to commemorate 100 years since the ...
An Airbus A320 plane, browsing the High Life magazine which was okay. Browsed The Independent On Sunday; comparable rating. The plane pulled back a few minutes early, always nice when you are meeting somebody at the other end. Culled pix over a G+T; BA is classy enough to give you a little bottle so you can have a couple of drinks. Had an American lardass in front of me [sporting a Texas Longhorns' hat which he wore on the plane plus his sunglasses]. Every time ...
Today we spent a few hours at the London Science Museum. It's next door to the Natural History Museum which made it very easy to find, LOL! The Science Museum, like the NHM, is free to visit and there are many different galleries. We didn't have a lot of time so we went to the Exploring Space Gallery (which contains lots of models and real specimens of rockets, satellites and spacecraft), the Energy Hall (home to steam engines and many machines ...