The Queens Head Hotel
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... in detail how to get out. There were two stone markers which had previously lain in the graveyard for 1,000 years and I did find them appropriate portals through which to try to understand how the people that were laid to rest under them had lived their lives.
From the church we set off for our 'natural’ destination for the day. It’s an easy walk out of the village and gently up to something called the Wandlebury Ring. Now we are on this eastern side of ...
... could slip one inside a woman’s average-sized hand bag. Looks sort of like a flattened typewriter with three, and later four, spinning dials on top. Spin the dials every day and type out your war message and no one who doesn't know the sequence of dials your dials are set on can read what you’ve typed.
Unless. Unless you put together some of the brightest minds on one side of the war to decode its workings.
Its name was Engima ...
Today mum, Brenda and I went to Greenwich, the river Thames, Parliament House, Big Ben and a few other things. We started our day off by going on a river cruise around the Thames. There was a guy commentating that was funny. We stopped at Greenwich and looked around and had lunch. Then we went back on the boat and got off at the Tower of London and walked around a bit. We then got on the train and went to the House of Parliament and Big Ben. Then we went home and had dinner then ...
... hillock in Africa, he wanted to get as much hill walking in as possible beforehand. The thing is, there really aren't that many 'mountains' in the Home Counties. And going further afield for just one day, wasn't really practical. So, the best we could find was a route that took in 4 separate hill climbs straddling Bedfordshire and Hertfordshire, but somewhat disappointingly, around the south side of Luton!
But we needn't ...
... noticed, for the first time, a duck with a fish in its beak which it quickly swallowed. I didn't think ducks ate fish. There were also a number of terns which dived very spectacularly ahead of our boat into the canal and flew off with the fish they had caught.
Can't believe Nadal is out of Wimbledon on the first day, even though I watched every minute of the match with my own eyes. Wonder what tomorrow will bring.