Chumleigh Lodge Hotel
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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Free parking
- Pets allowed
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Yesterday was an experience - and a fitting farewell to Iceland. We were driven from our hotel to the Blue Lagoon natural thermal lagoon and spa in the most appalling weather - there had been a screaming wind blowing through the streets most of the night and did not let up until mid afternoon. It was so strong, at one point we were sitting on our full sized bus which was 3/4 full of people and the entire bus was swaying sideways. By ...
... have a credit card again in about 2.5 weeks time. What an ordeal. Anyway, after sorting that mess out we went and had a quick take away tea at Star Bucks and used their free internet to check our mail. We then headed off by train from Vauxhall Station to Brighton. When we arrived we walked down the Main Street from the station to the foreshore. It was the first time either of us had seen a pebble beach. The day was quite eyry. There was low lying cloud so you couldn't ...
... of this large and important stone. This stone paved the way to deciphering Egyptian Hieroglyphics. It's incredible!
The sheer amount of artifacts in the museum is overwhelming. Room after room of ancient civilizations and monumental pieces of history displayed in tiny class cases or simply out on display within arms reach. We enter the Parthenon Gallery and see the Elgin Marbles, the Greek relief that once covered the Parthenon.The ...
... a hot chocolate. Before long we were on our way and three trains later we arrived at Wembley Stadium, which was amazing. As we walked up the road to the stadium, my heart was pumping as I imagined what it would feel like beside thousands of fans going to watch a World Cup. We get to the ticket box and they inform us that the next tour available was in an hour. That did not bother me as I could then spend that time in the ...
... point is 111 metres.
We walked through the Nave and were then taken to the Crypt, where we saw the tombs of Lord Nelson and Duke of Wellington. The funerals of Sir Winston Churchill and Margaret Thatcher were held here and of course this is the church where Prince Charles married Diana and the Golden Jubilee of Queen Elizabeth II, amongst many other notable events.
The dome is one of the highest in the world and, for those wishing to (we didn't ), it ...