Sundridge Park Manor
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... policeman was very quick to warn people to only cross the road at the lights, not at other points of the road. 'Don't make me get my pen out,' he said.
Most of the action takes place behind the gates, so the people who had got there early enough to secure a position directly behind the fence would have seen it all. From where we were, we were limited to seeing the Old and New Guard as they marched past.
We decided it would probably be a bad ...
have television so that you don't miss a minute of your favorite match of tv
The hotel also provides bathrobes and slippers if asked for,
they have high quality, soft beds and the bed sheets are clean and tidy. There
are mood lighting and night time reading lights. In every room, there are Iron
and Iron board to iron the clothes. They all have electronic door ...
Up early and off back to the South Bank where we wandered until we met up with Michael at the Globe Theatre at 12.30pm. Did the tour of the Globe followed by lunch at the Borough Markets. Michael then departed as he was moving digs. We caught the ferry from Tate Modern down to the Old Tate where we particularly wanted to see the works of Turner and Constable. Met up with Michael for dinner at the Woodins Shades in Bishopsgate. A lovely day all ...
... is huge, and unfortunately we missed the tour. The audio guide was excellent, so we were well informed. There are so many famous, important and influential people buried there - Mary Queen of Scots, Elizabeth I, Charles Dickens, Lord Byron, Isaac Newton, Robert Browning, Edward the Confessor and many others. We tubed back to the flat, had a quick lunch then headed for our final tourist destination, the Tower of London. After some initial confusion and unnecessary walking to pick ...