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... shops, window-shopped in the lovely cobbled Lion and Lamb Courtyard (saying hello to three furry model bears in the process), attempted to buy some fruit from a greengrocer but arrived two minutes too late, admired all the Georgian buildings and, on the way back to the car, walked past a house-end that looked quite comical. The wooden beams were sunk so deep into the whitewashed ...
All checked in & time to relax (for now) Enjoying the luxuries of the VIP lounge in Heathrow Airport, currently having a quick bite to eat & a lovely glass of champagne, with thanks to Joanne Harris! Soon we have to leave as we have to board the plane in 10mintes! (Time now is 4:50pm GMT) It ...
The plane landed just before noon and I was home before 1pm, somewhat jet-lagged. Over the past six weeks I'd crossed North America and driven 1,854 miles from Portland, Oregon to Los Angeles, California. Highlights? There are too many to mention but some places and experiences I shall not forget include: Chicago architectural tour The beautiful Vancouver Island Seattle's Museum of Flight The picture ...
... tents! What a dedicated bunch we are.
For me personally, I think the highlight of the queuing would have been when the stewards coming around and giving out booklets on ‘A Guide to Queuing.’ Could they be serious? Only in England would they provide a book on how to be courteous whilst in a bloody line! This will be going to the pool room – in the ‘Are you for real display’.
On the final night we stayed ...
... where I used to escape the cold and read Victorian novels to escape my rather dismal life. I thought the library was on the other side of the road but it must not have been because it was still the same old building.
The rain stopped us from exploring further which I was very disappointed by as I would have loved to have walked through the wood. This walk would take us through to Muswell Hill to the weekly shop at Sainsbury's and the Main Street which ...