White Hart Hotel
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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Free parking
- Beverage Selection
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... Parliament House which neither of us have any interest in whatsoever. Oh well... We checked out Big Ben and London Eye and then after a lot of convincing we decided to follow the Thames river from Westminster Abbey all the way to London's tower bridge which shouldn't have taken any more than an hour- if we had followed the river in the right direction. When we got tired of walking we jumped on a bus which got us to our destinations and from there we caught a train ...
... Margaret recons it's because I don't have a hat and high heels, she could be right.
But we were going to the theater, this time to see Wicked. It was very good, totally enjoyed it, I like this going to the theater business.
Back home very late and very tired - another very full day.
Love from Sue and Russ.
... It is from the twenty third dynasty and it is a Djed Pillar, which represents the backbone of Osiris. It comes with a certificate of authenticity, she is very impressed. Russ and I bought some Roman coins, I have wanted some for awhile now.
After lunch we went our separate ways, our exhibition was based on Sutton Hoo and Europe AD 300-1100. We did go to Sutton Hoo, it ...
... along here" further still, you guessed it! "I walked along here", he did walk a long way. We found a rack, that freed up on one of our cupboards, happy with that, a fruit and vegie bowl that fits in the sink when travelling, key hooks that not only hold our keys but also Russell's glasses, the ones he is not wearing at the time and can't remember where he put them. We also bought two hooks for the outside of the bathroom ...
... home) and there are over 7000 animals in London Zoo. Not to be greedy they've decided at Mr Williams' farm they'll have a mere 700 animals. Good. In need of food we head to the supermarket, because we love shopping on terribly busy days like New Years Eve, and we only seem to like shopping when it's pouring with rain outside. Groceries done, oh my it's so cheap. We are going to hate paying NZ prices when we're home, and the choice here is amazing. Pineapples, two for £1. ...